7 bee frances and roland bee training needs analysis

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7. Bee, Frances and Roland Bee, Training Needs Analysis and Evaluation, University Press (India) Limited, New Delhi, 1998. 8. Bharwaj, Rupali and Khandelwal, P. (Jan-March 1993). HRD: A key to organizational Effectiveness. IJTD, Vol. 23 (6). Bhatia, S.K. (2005). 9. Human Resource Management John H.Bernardian and Joyce E.A. Russel An Experimental Approach, McGraw Hill, New York. 10. Human Resource Management V.S.P.Rao, Excel Books, New Delhi. 11. Human Resources and Personnel Management K. Aswathappa, Tata McGraw Hill Publishnig Co. Ltd. 12. Kozoll, Charles F., Characteristics of a Trainer, Harvard University, USA, in Training and Development Journal, Vol. 29,No.7,July 1975. 13. Managing the two fits of strategic human resource management. Academy of Management Review, 13. 14. Pereira, D.F. (1986). Human Resources Development in Larsen and Toubro, Recent Experiences in Human Resources Development. 15. Saraswathi, S. (June 2010). Human Resources Development Climate: An Empirical Study, International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology, Vol. 1, No. 2.
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155 16. Sinha, Dharni P. (1991). Human Resource Development: The Indian Challenge, In Management of Change through Human Resource Development, B.L. Maheshwari and D.P. Sinha (eds.), New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company. 17. Sundaram, Sudershan, (1986). Human Resources Development activities at T.V. Sunderam Iyengar and Sons Ltd., Madurai, In Recent experiences in Human Resources Development. 16.11 LEARNING ACTIVITIES 1. Visit to a Bank located in your area and find out what kind of development programme conducted for the officers of banks and enquire about the positives and negative impact on executive development programme. 16.12 KEYWORDS Management Development Programme (MDP), Executive Development Programme (EDP), Organizational Development, Employee career development, Strategic Human Resource Development.
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156 UNIT V : TRANSFER, PROMOTION, DISCIPLINE AND COMPENSATION LESSON 17 TRANSFER AND PROMOTION 17.1 INTRODUCTION A transfer is a horizontal or lateral movement of an employee from one job, section, department, shift, plant or position to another at the same or another place where his salary, status and responsibility are the same. Yoder and others (1958) define transfer as “a lateral shift causing movement of individuals from one position to another usually without involving marked change in duties, responsibilities, skills needed or compensation”. Transfer may be initiated either by the company or the employee. It also can be temporary or permanent. Transfers is generally affected to build up a more satisfactory work team and to achieve the following purposes: 17.2 OBJECTIVES After reading this lesson you should be able to understand Meaning of Transfer Objectives of transfer Transfer Policy of the companies Different types of Transfer Promotion and its Purpose Promotion Policy and Types of Promotion Demotion and its implications 17.3 CONTENTS 17.3.1 Reasons for Employee Transfers 17.3.2 Types of Transfers To increase the effectiveness of the organization.
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