This textbook has been written for the new CIPD postgraduate module "Learning and Talent Development". It is also ideal for undergraduate and postgraduate HRM students who are taking a module in HRD or L&D. Maps on to the new CIPD Learning and Talent Development unit, ensuring that students have all they need to succeed on this unit. It is written by Jim Stewart, the Chief Examiner for L&D and the author of the learning and talent development unit. It combines a clear and concise structure and writing style with an academic and critical approach. It includes online resources for tutors: PowerPoint slides; for Lecturers: Guide including lecture handouts; additional case studies - one longer one and one shorter one per chapter; and, for students: Web links for each chapter including links to articles.
Jim Stewart * Running Stream Professor of HRD at Leeds Business School * Formerly Senior Lecturer in Personnel and Training Management at Wolverhampton Bus. School * Formerly Senior Lecturer in HRD, Reader in HRD and Professor of HRD at Nottingham Bus. School * Spent 7 years working in HRD roles for the Local Government Training Board * Author and co-author of 13 HRD books & numerous book chapters and articles * A founder member of the University Forum for HRD, sopent 5 years as Vice Chair for Research and elected Chair of the Forum for the past 8 years * CIPD roles include Chair of Cisiting Quality Assurance Panels, membership of the Advisory Board to the VP for L&D, and Chief Examiner for L&D * Held research awards and managed research projects funded by the ESRC and CIPD and LSC. Former Management Charter Initiative, European Union, central government dept, HEFCE & Leeds University Clare Rigg * Claire Rigg lectures at the Institute of Technology, Tralee, Ireland.
PART ONE: The nature, purpose and context of learning and talent development Organising and managing learning and talent development International and national contexts Various and varying organisation contexts The politics of learning and talent development PART TWO: The process of learning and talent development Individual and organisation learning in talent development Establishing needs and solutions to talent development Designing and evaluating talent development PART THREE: The management of learning and talent development Learning and talent development strategies Accessing and managing resources Ethics and professionalism in learning and talent development Summary, conclusion and themes
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