Human Resource Development: Learning for Innovation and Productivity, Fifth Edition covers adult learning theories, human resource development and knowledge management while presenting a number of unique models, e.g. the Hierarchy of Learning Outcomes, the Interview Pattern, Holistic Adult Learning and Knowledge Management. In addition, it has a 19-page case study which is referenced in two ways—text body to case study and case study to text body.
This fifth edition consists of 15 chapters which include a new chapter on Continuing Education and Training and updated references. The key models that have been so popular with readers have been updated and continue to provide a strong guiding theme in the existing chapters.
This textbook Human Resource Development: Learning for innovation and productivity (5th edition) is the companion book to the workbook Human Resource Development: Workbook (5th edition). The textbook covers the theoretical foundations for good human resource development practice, while the workbook allows you to test and refine your knowledge on the application of these theories. Together these two publications provide a unique Student Resource Guide to help you learn the complex processes of managing human resources.
In addition, this 5th edition again features a large case study on an organisation called Pacific Lifestyle Publishing. Pacific Lifestyle Publishing is a real organisation located on the east coast of Australia. It was exciting to find an organisation that valued its staff so highly and which managed its knowledge capital so effectively and so naturally. The case study, located in the companion workbook, is used in a number of ways throughout the text. There are nearly 50 boxed notes in the main body of the text that link the theoretical concepts being discussed to the real-life experiences in Pacific Lifestyle Publishing. There are also several references to Pacific Lifestyle Publishing in the theoretical discussions in the text itself.
|Authors||Brian Delahaye and Sarojni Choi|
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|About the book|
|Cover Format||Soft cover|
|Table of Contents||Chapter 1 – Introduction to HRD Chapter 2 – Continuing education and training Chapter 3 – Adult learning Chapter 4 – Individual differences in adult learning Chapter 5 – An overview of HRD needs investigation Chapter 6 – Performance appraisal and career development Chapter 7 – Interviewing and focus groups Chapter 8 – Design – the two main considerations Chapter 9 – Other design considerations Chapter 10 – Implementing the structured learning strategies Chapter 11 – Implementing the unstructured learning strategies Chapter 12 – Evaluation Chapter 13 – Workplace learning Chapter 14 – Creating and embedding knowledge Chapter 15 – The management of knowledge|
|Trim||275 x 205mm|
|About the authors|
|Author 1||Brian Delahaye commenced as an academic in 1982 with the School of Management at the Queensland University of Technology, lecturing in training and development, human resource management and strategic management, and eventually became the Associate Professor for Adult and Workplace Learning in the School of Learning and Professional Studies, a position he held until 2010. During his time as an academic, Brian consulted widely with commercial, government and volunteer organisations on workplace learning, developing trainers, management development, managing change and managing knowledge. In his research, Brian focused on self-directed learning, management of knowledge and, more recently, on older learners and work integrated learning. He has published over 50 refereed journal articles and book chapters and has written numerous textbooks and monographs.|
|Author 2||Sarojni Choy is Associate Professor, Adult and Vocational Education, in the School of Education and Professional Studies at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia. Her teaching areas include: vocational education and training, workplace learning, and contemporary issues in adult education. Sarojni is the convenor of the Master of Training and Development program in Singapore and is also engaged in collaborative studies on workplace learning with colleagues from Switzerland and Sweden. Sarojni's research expertise is grounded in the fields of adult and youth learning, and vocational education and training. Her research interests are mainly in improving learning in the workplace through employment-based training, in continuing professional education and training, and in developing novice researchers. She has published a number of books and book chapters in the field, as well as numerous academic articles in leading peer reviewed journals.|