Monday, 27 August 2012

The Cultural Context of Human Resource Development

The Cultural Context of Human Resource Development
This unit is a variety of cultural contexts; human resource development (HRD) provides an overview of the concept. This book is the right corporate culture that shape our expectations and to explore the limits of existing theories, aims to increase the knowledge of the reader examines the development of human resources.

About the author

CAROL D. Hansen, Associate Professor in Human Resource Development from Georgia State University. What about the cultural and social contexts and organizational development and cons-examine cultural belief systems. He has taught and conducted research with universities in Europe and Africa and was a Fulbright Scholar in India. In addition, the U.S. State Department of Human Resources Development has worked as an office manager.

Yih-teen Lee IESE Business School, University of Navarra, Spain is a professor. His research interests include the most recent comparative cultural study person-environment, intercultural competence, work design and well-being factors of the dynamic model and the performance of the auditor. She professor of intercultural management in Europe, Asia and the United States, the strategic management of human resources and leadership, and has been an Executive MBA programs

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