Publication & Books

Expert Panel Discussion – Learning and Development

Expert Panel Discussion (EPD)

The purpose of the EPD was to bring together leading experts in the area of Learning and development (L&D) to examine the current and future context and climate for L&D in India. The agenda was to identify what is going well in L&D today, current and future issues and...

Developing Leadership Talent

Developing Leadership Talent: A guide to succession planning and leadership development  

Effective succession planning involves more than just a replacement planning process. It also includes a comprehensive employee development system. Learn how to maximize leadership talent in your organization.

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Paths To The Top

Multi-generational Diversity in the workplace – An India perspective. As the world’s second largest country, India has a population of more than 1.21 billion people. Of this, 29.7 per cent of the population is between 0-14 years of age, 64.9 per cent between 15-64 years of age and 5.5 per cent above 65 years. By 2020, the median age in India...

Aligning Workforce Strategies With Business Objectives

7/12/2009

This article provides an overview of five critical workforce strategies that must be linked with an organization’s strategic objectives to achieve success. It directs readers to more in-depth resources on the five strategies and on many secondary matters.

Overview

dentifying and implementing...

Eye Care for All

By R. Rani Geetha Priyadarshini
18/10/2011

Scope

This article traces the growth of Aravind Eye Care Systems (AECS), an integrated eye care major with a significant presence in southern India. AECS synergizes sound economics with social commitment. Our area of focus is the chain’s self-sustaining and...

HR Buzz June 20, 2011

Slowdown not deterring core sector firms from hiring

The Hindu Business Line
Core industry companies plan to continue recruitment in the year 2011 in spite of indications of a slowdown in the economy, The Hindu Business Line reports. Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is seeking to boost its...

Coaching in a Business Environment

1/3/2009
Scope
—This article provides an overview of the HR competency of coaching in a business environment. It discusses the value of coaching and describes some of the practical techniques and tools used in the practice. It also delves into various applications of corporate coaching and addresses training,...

Training Needs Assessment

By Janice A. Miller, SPHR and Diana M. Osinski, SPHR, Reviewed July 2002

Introduction

The training needs assessment is a critical activity for the training and development function. Whether you are a human resource generalist or a specialist, you should be adept at performing a training...

Incorporating Learning Styles in Training Design

By Amy Mueller, Reviewed July 2002
2/1/2001

If you're like most training professionals, then you're probably engaged in a constant search for ways to present information in an interesting and effective manner. While you may have tried some learning activities in your training programs, these activities...

Human Resource Development Series Part III: Measuring Training & Development ROI

Leslie A. Weatherly, SPHR
12/1/2004
 

“If you cannot measure it, you cannot manage it.”
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Expert Panel Discussion (EPD) The purpose of the EPD was to bring together leading experts in the area of Learning and development (L&D) to examine the current and future context and climate for L&D in India. The agenda was to identify what is going well in L&D today, current and future issues and challenges for L&D, find...
Developing Leadership Talent: A guide to succession planning and leadership development   Effective succession planning involves more than just a replacement planning process. It also includes a comprehensive employee development system. Learn how to maximize leadership talent in your organization. Click here to download your free report...
Multi-generational Diversity in the workplace – An India perspective. As the world’s second largest country, India has a population of more than 1.21 billion people. Of this, 29.7 per cent of the population is between 0-14 years of age, 64.9 per cent between 15-64 years of age and 5.5 per cent above 65 years. By 2020, the median age in India will...
7/12/2009 This article provides an overview of five critical workforce strategies that must be linked with an organization’s strategic objectives to achieve success. It directs readers to more in-depth resources on the five strategies and on many secondary matters. Overview dentifying and implementing workforce strategies in a challenging global...
By R. Rani Geetha Priyadarshini 18/10/2011 Scope This article traces the growth of Aravind Eye Care Systems (AECS), an integrated eye care major with a significant presence in southern India. AECS synergizes sound economics with social commitment. Our area of focus is the chain’s self-sustaining and organic HR template, which draws and...
Slowdown not deterring core sector firms from hiring The Hindu Business Line Core industry companies plan to continue recruitment in the year 2011 in spite of indications of a slowdown in the economy, The Hindu Business Line reports. Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is seeking to boost its campus recruitment of engineering trainees by 40%. These...
1/3/2009 Scope—This article provides an overview of the HR competency of coaching in a business environment. It discusses the value of coaching and describes some of the practical techniques and tools used in the practice. It also delves into various applications of corporate coaching and addresses training, certifications and careers in the...
By Janice A. Miller, SPHR and Diana M. Osinski, SPHR, Reviewed July 2002 Introduction The training needs assessment is a critical activity for the training and development function. Whether you are a human resource generalist or a specialist, you should be adept at performing a training needs assessment. This paper will begin with an overview of...
By Amy Mueller, Reviewed July 2002 2/1/2001 If you're like most training professionals, then you're probably engaged in a constant search for ways to present information in an interesting and effective manner. While you may have tried some learning activities in your training programs, these activities may or may not have been effective. One key...
Leslie A. Weatherly, SPHR 12/1/2004   “If you cannot measure it, you cannot manage it.”                                         ...