Towards a redefinition of strategic HRD - Coggle Diagram
Towards a redefinition of strategic HRD
Written by Martin McCraken and Mary Wallace
The strategic management of training, development and of management/ professional education interventions so as to
achieve the objectives of the organization.
Concerned with the management of employee learning for the long term keeping in mind the explicit corporate and business strategies
Characteristics of SHRD
Integration with organizational missions and goals
Top management support
Support and active participation of top management, is a vital development for SHRD
Support needs to be from the point of view of their operational roles and their own personal development.
Continuous knowledge of the external environment, in terms of opportunities and businesses
HRD plans and policies
must formulate plans and policies which flow from, and are integrated with, business plans and policies
Line manager commitment and involvement
Existence of complementary HRM activities
Expanded trainer role
Recognition of culture
Emphasis on evaluation
New model of SHRD
All characteristics are are intricately interlinked d and should
complement and mutually support one another.
If one or more is absent or weak, then this could
significantly undermined the development of