"International Human Resource Development" provides both thought-provoking questions and stimulating answers to the key factors in HR development today. It's the ideal handbook for all professional trainers and provides core information needed by all professional students of this subject. This third edition has been fully updated and revised with a new international focus with case studies from a range of international experts in the field.
John P Wilson is a researcher and consultant with 40 years' experience in education and training, working with a range of international organizations. He currently teaches at the University of Oxford and the University of Sheffield. He is also Director of the EU Commission project Call Centre Training and Knowledge Transfer. He is the author of The Call Centre Training Handbook and Experiential Learning (both also published by Kogan Page).
Section - ONE: International human resource development and learning;Chapter - 01: International human resource development - John P Wilson;Chapter - 02: Strategic human resource development - Thomas N Garavan and Ronan Carbery;Chapter - 03: What is learning? - John P Wilson;Section - TWO: Organizational learning;Chapter - 04: Change management and organization development - John P Wilson;Chapter - 05: Knowledge management - Eduardo Tome;Section - THREE: National and international learning, education, training and human resource development;Chapter - 06: National systems of education - John P Wilson;Chapter - 07: UK vocational education and training - John P Wilson;Chapter - 08: European vocational education and training - Martin Mulder;Chapter - 09: National human resource development strategies: comparing Brazil, Russia, India and China - Alexandre Ardichvili, Elena K Zavyalova and Vera N Minina;Chapter - 10: International development: policy learning as an approach to VET reform in transition and development countries - Soren Nielsen and Madlen Serban;Chapter - 11: Capacity development and human resource development - Dalia Al-Zendi and John P Wilson;Section - FOUR: The training cycle;Section - FOUR A: Identification of learning needs;Chapter - 12: The identification of learning needs - Richard Palmer, Allan Claudius Queiroz Barbosa, Leandro Pinheiro Cintra, Junia Marcal Rodrigues and Juliana Barbosa e Oliveira;Section - FOUR B: IDesign;Chapter - 13: Designing learning events - David Simmonds;Chapter - 14: Working in multicultural and multilingual environments: HRD professionals as learning and change agents in the global workplace - Maria Cseh and Beatriz Coningham;Section - FOUR C: IDelivery;Chapter - 15: Delivering training - John Kirkham and Jacqueline Pattison;Chapter - 16: Informal, non-formal and work-based methods of learning - Jacqueline Pattison, John Kirkham and Mariana Gabriela Hudrea;Chapter - 17: Coaching and mentoring - Stephanie T Sturges;Section - FOUR D: Evaluation;Chapter - 18: Assessment and evaluation - Tanuja Agarwala;Section - FIVE: Managing HRD;Chapter - 19: Leadership and management development - Ronan Carbery and Thomas N Garavan;Chapter - 20: Managing human resource development functions and services - Barney Erasmus and Pieter Loedolff;Chapter - 21: HRD practice and research: investigating business issues through applied social science research - K Peter Kuchinke;Chapter - 22: HRD and consultancy - Kiran Trehan and Clare Rigg;Chapter - 23: Learning spaces that change people and organizations - Colin Beard and Ilfryn Price;Chapter - 24: HRD and business ethics - Alexandre Ardichvili and Douglas Jondle
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