IMPACT ON HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT - CiteHR
Bala1
Sr Project Manager
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Human Resource Management
Geetha
Manager-training And Development

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IMPACT ON HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

Human resources Development (HRD) plays significant role in market economies and more so in an economy tending towards mar4ket conditions like India. Global competitiveness has created customers diagonally opposite to what we have today This is the problem, challenge and opportunity .Response to global competitiveness involves “new Customers”. Meeting the requirements and desires off new customers. Demands for competent .developed human resources with human approach towards customers .Thus ,liberalization has positive impact on HRD. HRD strategies of industries of liberalized India would be:



· Delarging/downsizing of organization structure.

· Building organization structure based on the characteristics o9f organic structure

· Providing the scope for internal customers approach in structuring organization.

· Enriching the jobs at all levels.

· Creating autonomous jobs.

· Performance planning and development.

· Preferring empowerment rather than supervision.

· Providing conducive climate for team work.

· Creating the value towards new customer orientation .

· Encouraging innovative and creative ideas.

· Providing conceptual and informing role to all employees.

· Developing anticipatory and participatory approach.

· Culture building

· Competence building.

· Motivation building

· Confidence building

· Commitment building

· Structuring business groups.

· Creating learning organizations.

· Developing participative approach and automatic learning.

· Providing training and retraining .

· Developing managers continuously.

· Introducing the techniques of organization development .

· Developing reward system contributing to automatic human resource development.

· Providing the challenge and scope for proactive learning.

· Developing the skill of adoptability .

· Developing the aptitude towards different jobs and encouraging job rotation.

· Developing the value system centre around competition.

· Providing health care facilities to arrest the erosion in the existing skills, knowledge and abilities.

· Providing social and culture programs to satisfy the social needs of employees.

In addition to increasing the international competitiveness of Indian Industry for export of goods manufactured in India , a lot of international companies are outsourcing many services from India. What is now known as Business Process Outsourcing or in short BPO. This is in addition creating many jobs for Indians without going abroad.

HR professionals are now polishing all their skills to hunt around for availability of skilled professionals in the areas of Software programming to telephone operators (call centres)

This answer is very comprehensive and encompasses everything.
Very nice.
Am I correct in the following ststement? :?:
Unless and Until 100 % of support from the management nobdy could accomplish even a single activity.
I suppose...ultimately depend on Management... :roll:
Regards,
Geetha

Thanks for the article.
Geetha, did you mean to state that HR cannot accomplish anything without 100% support from management? If that is so, then at is correct. HR needs not only support but full committment from the "Top" to make it work and succeed.
Thanks
Bala

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