Human Resource Development Issues:
Challenges in Education Management
A Reaction Presentation
in DEM-614 @MUST
by Therese ...
HRD as a Framework
Expansion of human capital within an
organization through the development
of both the organization and ...
HRD as a Framework
Expansion of human capital within an
organization through the development
of both the organization and ...
HRD as a Framework
Expansion of human capital within an
organization through the development
of both the organization and ...
HRD as a Framework
Expansion of human capital within an
organization through the development
of both the organization and ...
Components of HRD
Employee Training
Employee Career Development
Performance Management and
Development
Coaching and Mentor...
Rationale of HRD Efforts
• To ensure a match between
individual and organizational
needs
Rationale of HRD Efforts
• To ensure a match between
individual and organizational
needs
• To initiate and manage change
Issue 1: HRD is manipulative
• Through trainings and other interventions,
organizations control employees strictly for
eco...
Issue 1: HRD is manipulative
• Through trainings and other interventions,
organizations control employees strictly for
eco...
Presenter’s Reaction
Organizations need to survive in a competitive
environment.
Presenter’s Reaction
Organizations need to survive in a competitive
environment.
While HRD focuses on productivity, it als...
Presenter’s Reaction
Organizations need to survive in a competitive
environment.
While HRD focuses on productivity, it als...
Issue 2: HRD is not well-defined
• HRD professionals are often confused about
their function.
Issue 2: HRD is not well-defined
• HRD professionals are often confused about
their function.
• In many organizations, the...
Presenter’s Reaction
Because of its practical and strategic
components, HRD should be ardently pursued
in practice regardl...
Challenge to Education Managers
• Linking individual goals to organizational goals
so that HRD efforts realize both
Challenge to Education Managers
• Linking individual goals to organizational goals
so that HRD efforts realize both
• Engi...
Challenge to Education Managers
• Linking individual goals to organizational goals
so that HRD efforts realize both
• Engi...
Challenge to Education Managers
• Linking individual goals to organizational goals
so that HRD efforts realize both
• Engi...
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  1. 1. Human Resource Development Issues: Challenges in Education Management A Reaction Presentation in DEM-614 @MUST by Therese June V. Aranas 03-16-2013
  2. 2. HRD as a Framework Expansion of human capital within an organization through the development of both the organization and the individual to achieve performance improvement
  3. 3. HRD as a Framework Expansion of human capital within an organization through the development of both the organization and the individual to achieve performance improvement
  4. 4. HRD as a Framework Expansion of human capital within an organization through the development of both the organization and the individual to achieve performance improvement
  5. 5. HRD as a Framework Expansion of human capital within an organization through the development of both the organization and the individual to achieve performance improvement
  6. 6. Components of HRD Employee Training Employee Career Development Performance Management and Development Coaching and Mentoring Succession Planning Organizational Development
  7. 7. Rationale of HRD Efforts • To ensure a match between individual and organizational needs
  8. 8. Rationale of HRD Efforts • To ensure a match between individual and organizational needs • To initiate and manage change
  9. 9. Issue 1: HRD is manipulative • Through trainings and other interventions, organizations control employees strictly for economic ends.
  10. 10. Issue 1: HRD is manipulative • Through trainings and other interventions, organizations control employees strictly for economic ends. • HRD is based on human capital theory wherein workers are considered as resources.
  11. 11. Presenter’s Reaction Organizations need to survive in a competitive environment.
  12. 12. Presenter’s Reaction Organizations need to survive in a competitive environment. While HRD focuses on productivity, it also seeks development of the human potential in a societal context .
  13. 13. Presenter’s Reaction Organizations need to survive in a competitive environment. While HRD focuses on productivity, it also seeks development of the human potential in a societal context . HRD practices are rooted on multi-disciplinary foundations that espouse individual growth in the organization.
  14. 14. Issue 2: HRD is not well-defined • HRD professionals are often confused about their function.
  15. 15. Issue 2: HRD is not well-defined • HRD professionals are often confused about their function. • In many organizations, there is no systematic application of HRD because of lack of clarity about its purpose.
  16. 16. Presenter’s Reaction Because of its practical and strategic components, HRD should be ardently pursued in practice regardless of the difficulty in putting it in a box.
  17. 17. Challenge to Education Managers • Linking individual goals to organizational goals so that HRD efforts realize both
  18. 18. Challenge to Education Managers • Linking individual goals to organizational goals so that HRD efforts realize both • Engineering a needs-based curriculum
  19. 19. Challenge to Education Managers • Linking individual goals to organizational goals so that HRD efforts realize both • Engineering a needs-based curriculum • Provision of appropriate professional development courses
  20. 20. Challenge to Education Managers • Linking individual goals to organizational goals so that HRD efforts realize both • Engineering a needs-based curriculum • Provision of appropriate professional development courses • Contribution to the field of HRD research to broaden its philosophy and purpose

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