Human Resource Development: Foundations, Process, Context

Paperback | October 15, 2011

byStephen Gibb

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Who succeeds and why? Individuals and organizations turn potential into performance through human resource development (HRD). Fully revised and updated, the third edition of Human Resource Development provides a thorough introduction to the processes, practices and perspectives of HRD.

New to this edition:
Improved international coverage
Stronger theoretical model
Additional case studies and practical activities
Extended coverage of talent management, self-development and management leadership
New pedagogy to challenge students' critical thinking skills

Human Resource Development 3rd Edition is an ideal resource for students studying on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in HRD and human resource management. It is also suitable for students studying for CIPD qualifications.

Stephen Gibb is a senior lecturer at the University of Strathclyde and an experienced researcher and teacher of human resource development and employment. He has developed undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in HRD and advised many organizations on the subject.

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Who succeeds and why? Individuals and organizations turn potential into performance through human resource development (HRD). Fully revised and updated, the third edition of Human Resource Development provides a thorough introduction to the processes, practices and perspectives of HRD. New to this edition:Improved international coverag...

STEPHEN GIBB is Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Strathclyde Business School, UK.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:456 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.92 inPublished:October 15, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230247105

ISBN - 13:9780230247109

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Table of Contents

Introduction to Human Resource Development
PART I: PROCESS
HRD Needs: People, Work and Organizations
Designing for HRD: Principle and Applications
Managing Workplace HRD in Action
HRD Quality: Reviewing and Evaluating
HRD and Theory
PART II: PRACTICES
HRD Strategies: Systems, Roles and Outcomes
Development Partnerships: Coaching and Mentoring
Learning in Groups
Technology Change and HRD
HRD Provider Organizations
PART III: PERSPECTIVES
Workplace HRD and Public Policy
Knowledge Management and Communities of Practice
Diversity Themes and HRD
Strategic HRD
Looking Ahead

Editorial Reviews

"This book provides a comprehensive guide to what HRD is, the influences that shape it and the methods for implementation, and it discusses the key issues surrounding the application and design of HRD strategies in a clear and concise manner. A very important core text for those interested in how to consider and to apply learning in the workplace." - David Banner, Westminster University,UK "Stephen Gibb has provided a text on Human Resource Development which takes the reader from the macro to the detail, and from classic approaches in learning and development to contemporary issues in HRD. Short and more detailed case studies both help to illustrate theory and approaches, and help transfer learning to real life situations." - John Neugebauer, University of the West of England, UK"Gibb's HRD: Foundations, Process and Contexts introduces broad-ranging academic research and practitioner argument in plain and relevant language which provides a step-by-step approach to learning through reference to organisational, government, and societal examples, student-friendly exercises and reflective questions based on topical issues. I highly recommend it as a fresh and interesting approach to understanding the salience of human resource development for individuals, organisations and society." - Kate Hutchings, Professor of HRM, Griffith University, Australia