Components of hrd, Other Management

COMPONENTS OF HRD

Organisations should facilitate Human Resources Development by allocating adequate resources to exemplify the HRD philosophy that valuing human beings consciously promotes their willing participation. The premises to this thinking are based. on three basic concepts of HRD, viz.,

  • the need to invest time, money and effort in the personnel of an organisation, regarding them as invaluable resources;
  • human resources have special characteristics that call for special treatment and cannot be handled like other resources;
  • human resource handling has to focus on employees as human units of the organisation and not merely as individual employees.

An HRD programme for an organisation has, therefore, to be a planned activity. It should include a clear statement of objectives and goals, strategic and operational planning, and appropriate means, mechanisms and instruments for execution. We shall examine these aspects in some detail.

-HRD Process
-Mechanisms
-Strategic and Operational Planning

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