Sunday, 22 March 2020

Human Resources and Development

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Human Resources and Development


? Human resource management is the art of procuring, developing and maintaining
competent workforce to achieve the goals of an organisation in an effective and efficient
way.
? Human resource Development aims at helping people to acquire competencies required
to perform all their functions effectively and make the organisation do well. HRD improves
the capabilities of people; promotes team spirit among employees, and helps an
organization achieve its goals efficiently.
? HRD has gained importance in recent times, as companies have realized the benefits of
treating their employees as valuable assets. There is an increasing realization in business
circles that HRD (not a Highly Redundant Department) would help people acquire
knowledge, skills, and capabilities needed to survive and flourish in a competitive world.


Development: Represents activities that prepare an employee for future challenges and
responsibilities.
Educational Experiences: Educational experiences benefit those who are employed and who are
required to be gradually equipped for other positions in the organization.
HRD: A planned way of developing individual employees, groups and the total organization to
achieve organizational goals in an atmosphere of mutual trust and cooperation.
HRD Matrix: The HRD Matrix shows the interrelationships between HRD instruments, processes,
outcomes and organizational effectiveness.
Human Resource Management: A process of bringing people and organisations together so that
the goals of each are met.
Human Resources: The sum of knowledge, skills, attitudes, commitment, values and the like of
the people of an organisation.
Open Door Policies: Where open door policies exist, employees are free to walk into any manager's
office with their problems and seek solutions to such problems.
Productivity: The ratio of an organisation's output to its inputs.
Training: Training concerns people already employed with the organisation and whose jobs are
so defined that we are able to identify what should be the desired job behaviours.

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