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Impact of Hrd on Organizational Excellence |

Shamin, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Inthe management of organizational excellence, the HRD culture becomes one of themost important variables of human behaviour. Components of HRD culture in theform of attitudes like trust in human capabilities, belief in their potential,respect for their dignity etc., result in a set of behaviors, which act as payoffs for effective and efficient policies and programmes of management ofdevelopment. HRD policies would help to integrate the needs and aspirations ofindividuals into the strategic objectives and the mission of the organization,while at the same time providing for individual needs, concerns and interests.HRD becomes indispensable if the growth and development of people working inthe organization is related to the growth and development of the organizationitself. ( Rao, 1990)