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P. PIRAKATHEESWARI,                                                                                   Lecturer in Commerce,                                    Sri Sarada College for Women (Autonomous), Salem – 16. The management of Human Resources has now assumed strategic importance in the achievement of organizational growth and excellence. As globalization advances and we move into the information age, organizations need to adapt to the changes in technology and the changing issues in management of people. Some critical issues have clearly emerged – planning, acquisition and development of human resources, responding to ...
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P. PIRAKATHEESWARI,                                                                                   Lecturer in Commerce,                                                                                              Sri Sarada College for Women (Autonomous), Salem – 16.                                                          The management of Human Resources has now assumed strategic importance in the achievement of organizational growth and excellence. As globalization advances and we move into the information age, organizations need to adapt to the changes in technology and the changing issues in management of people. Some ... market research, surveys and trends
» Blog Archive » How People Learn: It Really Hasn't Changed
Over the last several months I have been in many meetings with HR and L&D professionals talking about the enormous power of formalized informal learning. As we walk through out enterprise learning framework and talk with people about the need to expand their concept of training, I am reminded of the work we did back in 2003 and 2004 when I wrote The Blended Learning Book® (which is just as important to understand today as ever before). Here are a few of the jewels I want to remind everyone to consider. 1.  Mastery Means Being Able to Apply Knowledge As one considers all the various aspects of training and education, the ... market research, surveys and trends

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The business of consulting is large. In 1995, over 100,000 consultants sold over $43 billion of advice. Compound annual growth expected to be 14 percent through 1998. Today, technology planning, strategic services and enterprise consulting represent 35 percent, 20 percent and 15 percent respectively of the worldwide consulting spending. It is very hard to break into the top firms in consulting like Bain, McKinsey and Mercer Management Consulting . McKinsey hiring chief Howard Williams targets hiring at top MBA schools including Harvard Business School, Wharton, Stanford, Sloan (MIT), Kellogg (Northwestern) and INSEAD. That ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Virtual Communities Article by Freelance Writer Vicki Powers
Knowledge management at Caterpillar used to revolve around coffee. Jim Coffey remembers how buying a colleague a cup of coffee at Caterpillar would enable employees to learn anything they needed to know. "That was our knowledge management for years," says Coffey. "Now, the Knowledge Network helps support that virtually for people who can't walk by my desk and buy me a cup of coffee." As a 31-year Caterpillar veteran, Coffey doesn't believe the Knowledge Network has changed the organization's culture—rather, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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