Developing People and Organisations

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Edition: 1st
Publication Date: August 2012
Pages: 234
Format: Book

ISBN13: 9781843983132

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Developing People and Organisations covers the content of the CIPD intermediate level units in human resource development and organisation design and development. The book is written and edited by CIPD accredited experts in the field with a wealth of experience in teaching, writing and examining, and covers the unit learning outcomes. It also includes reflective activities, annotated further reading, and case studies.
Contents
Chapter 1: Organisation Design (Gary Connor, Ian McLean and Michael McFadden)
Chapter 2: Organisation Development (Sophie Mills, Kristen Stevens, Krish Pinto, Amanda Lee)
Chapter 3: Developing Coaching and Mentoring within Organisations (Terrence Wendell Brathwaite, Jill Ashley-Jones, Rosalind Maxwell-Harrison)
Chapter 4: Meeting Organisational Development Needs (Jim Stewart, Dalbir Sidhu)
Chapter 5: Contemporary Developments in Human Resource Development (Jim Stewart, Sharon McGuire)
Chapter 6: Knowledge Management (Carol Woodhams, Graham Perkins)
Chapter 7: Improving Organisational Performance (Patricia Rogers, Michelle McLardy, Raymond Rogers, Susan Barnes)
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Authors
Edited by Jim Stewart
Jim Stewart is Professor of HRD at Coventry University. He is also Chief Examiner of Learning and Development for the CIPD as well as Visiting Panel Chair and External Moderator.


Edited by Patricia Rogers
Patricia Rogers is Head of Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour at Coventry University.


Endorsement
'With its clear overview of contemporary debates and rich in case material, this accessible book will help close the theory-practice gap with respect to people and organisation development and will be a source of valuable insight for students and practitioners.'

Linda Holbeche PhD, Adjunct Professor, Imperial College, London

'This new text book is an ideal resource for both tutors and students of HRD. Concepts and theoretical approaches are clearly explained and combined with activities to allow application of theory to practice.'

Nicky Small FCIPD, Lecturer, Solihull College
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