Human resources development (hrd), Other Management


The effective participation and quality performance of human•beings in the various activities of an organisation result in an HRD process which gets built in into the management operational structure, lends credibility to the organisation and gives it a direction for further growth and development. This is necessary for organisational success and might suggest diversification of products and services and provide directions for further growth. In consequence, this approach would benefit the personnel in the organisation in a numerous ways. Therefore HRD should be the concern of every group and individual at all levels of an organisation.
- What is Human Resources Development (HRD) Human Resources Development is a process of helping employees in an organisation

to acquire new skills and competence on a continuing basis. The organisation should provide facilities to the employees in a planned and systematic way to:

  • acquire and sharpen skills and capabilities to perform various tasks associated with their present and expected future roles;
  • develop their general capabilities, discover and exploit their inner potential for their own and/or organisational development purposes;
  • help bring about an organisational culture in which collaboration among subunitsis strong and contributes to the supervisor-subordinate relationships, team work and the professional well-being and pride of employees;
  • facilitate upgrading of skills through mechanisms and instruments; and improve abilities by the introduction of strategic and operational HRD planningand execution.
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