ABOUT THE BOOK:
This edition provides an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of various psychological and cultural paradigms along with excellent models of human resource development and management. Researchers, practitioners and professionals have contributed reviews of research and interventions that allow the reader to appreciate the nature and scope of the field in terms of significant themes and perspectives. The edition is redesigned into five parts and each one is interrelated following step by step approach. The first part focuses upon the identification of talents and potential in human resources followed by second part dealing with the globalisation of organisational culture and their effective models. The related psychological parameters for effective human resource management has been explored in third part such as role of values, organisational climate, level of deprivation amongst workers, etc. The fourth pars emphasises upon the cross-cultural issues making a comparative analysis between eastern and western culture. The last part human resource development deals with the women's perception, participation and empowerment in terms of empathy, life satisfaction and self-esteem. Taken together, these nineteen chapters illustrate the traditional and modern approach of human resource development in terms of psychological and cultural attributes. Thus the book provides an excellent applied review of the field for psychologists, management people and other professionals and practitioners.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Dr. Shalini Singh, presently working as a lecturer in the department of Psychology, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak is a dynamic, enterprising, promising and versatile personality. She has been actively associated with teaching and research since last thirteen years. She is also an associate faculty of the Institute of Development Studies of Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak. Her main area of research is organisational behaviour and personality adjustment. She has been the recipient of young scientist award in IXth NAOP conference in 1998 and Prof. N.S. Chauhan (Agra) Behavioural scientist award in 2003. She has contributed large number of research articles to various reputed research journals and books.