Human Resource Development and Information Technology: Making Global Connections / Edition 1by Catherine M. Sleezer
Pub. Date: 10/24/2003
Publisher: Springer US
Human Resource Development and Information Technology: Making Global C onnections presents just such a collaborative effort from leaders in t he field. This book describes the changes that are occurring as techno logy plays a more central role in human resource development. It compa res methods and tools that organizations can use to create their own p ractices
Human Resource Development and Information Technology: Making Global C onnections presents just such a collaborative effort from leaders in t he field. This book describes the changes that are occurring as techno logy plays a more central role in human resource development. It compa res methods and tools that organizations can use to create their own p ractices for developing their most critical resource-people! In additi on, the authors pose a set of interesting research questions that will help us further explore how countries, local communities, and organiz ations build dynamic systems for developing a sustained competitive ad vantage with human talent.
- Springer US
- Publication date:
- Operations Research/Computer Science Interfaces Series , #17
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- Product dimensions:
- 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)
Table of Contents
Preface. Part I: Opportunities. 1. The Foundation of HRD in a Networked World; T.L. Wentling, et al. 2. Building a Competitive Workforce for the New Economy; H. Meeder, R.L. Cude. 3. HR to the Power of e Internet-Powered Transformation of Human Resources; M. Christie. 4. Managing Information Technology Change in the Workplace; A Systems Perspective; L.K. Lawson, C.M. Sleezer. Part II: Knowledge Management. 5. The Role of Human Resource Development in Transitioning from Technology-Focused to People-Centered Knowledge Management; A. Ardichvili. 6. Making Knowledge Count; Knowledge Management and the Human Element; M.E. Van Buren. Part III: Learning and collaboration. 7. Web-Based Leadership Training; Determining Success Factors and Effectiveness; D. Russ-Eft, et al. 8. An Exploration of Engagement and Mentoring in On-Line Problem Solving; M. Wang, et al. 9. A Conceptual Framework for Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Requiring Immediate Presence (SCCLIP); R. Sharda, et al. 10. Implementing a Remote and Collaborative 'Hands-On' Learning Environment; G. Scheets, M. Weiser. Part IV: Societal Effects. 11. Using Adult Learning in HRD Programs to Bridge the Digital Divide; A.A. Ghost Bear, G.J. Conti. 12. Touch & Technology; The Look of Sensory Contact in the New Millennium; C.L. Taulbert. Part V: A Final Look. 13. Reflecting on our Journey Through HRD in the E-Workplace; C.M. Sleezer, et al. Author Biographies. Index.
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