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Chrm Message From: prashantthakkar Total Posts: 37 Join Date: 22/08/2006
Rank: Executive Post Date: 16/04/2008 09:37:26 Points: 185 Location: India

Dear All,

I need some help in terms of some article or information about changing Human resource Development Practices in a particular industry. The change in the importance of Human Resource Development in any industry.

If somebody can help me, I'll be highly greatful to him/her.

Looking forward for some response.

Thanks very much.

Warm Regards.


Chrm Message From: jagadish Total Posts: 52 Join Date: 22/08/2006  
Rank: Manager Post Date: 16/04/2008 09:38:54 Points: 260 Location: India

Hi prashant,

I suggest that you go through some of the books listed below; some of which are suitable for Indian context as well and some convey the message through fiction..

1.Madhurendra K.Verma, Nurturing Change Through Human Assets: Optimizing
organizational Challenges in the New Millenium, Response Books, New Delhi, 2000.

2. Eliyahu M.Goldratt and Jeff Cox, The Goal: A process of Ongoing Improvement, Productivity and Quality Publishing Pvt Ltd., Chennai,Indian Ed. 2004

3.Robert A.Paton and James McCalman, Change Management: A guide to effective implementation, 2nd ed, Response Books, New Delhi 2000.

There are some more good books, how to bring changes effectively through human assets.

It will help our fellow friends in this group to respond to ur request more effectively, if u can give a back ground of the firm or organization in which u want to bring in change.


Chrm Message From: proftandon Total Posts: 101 Join Date: 22/08/2006  
Rank: Leader Post Date: 16/04/2008 09:46:15 Points: 505 Location: India

It is really encouraging to see your post. HRD practices really do have to change to embrace what is now happening in the 21st Century. For this change, however, you need to gain the commitment of your company heads. To do that you need to show that you are worth listening to - ie. that by changing - the company's bottom line wil be affected for the better. A brave step indeed, but a bold one that is needed! Occupational Psychologists, based on their applied science, research & practice in many of the worlds most successful organisations, can show you how to set about making these changes, effectively & how to anticipate for and to deal with issues along the way.

I am writing to you to let you know that some of the people who Write books on the area, from their own experience in small & multi- national organisations (ie. Dr.Binna Kandola of UK) and who practice & do research on the area (ie. Dr. Jill Flint-Taylor (UK) & myself incl)all chartered Psychologists specialising in the field of Industrial/occupational psychology, will be speaking/sharing our knowledge experiences on these topics and other highly related areas too.

Meanwhile, if you are still interested in reading material, please let me know more specifically what you are interested in & I will look for & send you some references.

Wishing you all the best.

Warm Regards

Prof Tandon

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