Best Reference Books – Development of Human Resources

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Development of Human Resources subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Development of Human Resources along with reviews.

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1. “Human Resource Development” by Jon M Werner and Randy L DeSimone

“Human Resource Development” Book Review: This extensive text encompasses the entire area of advancement of human resources from advice and expertise to job and organizational development. It reflects the actual implementation of principles and philosophy across a number of organisations. It also focuses on recent trends in the area and blends real-world practices with current studies. A greater explanation is provided with glossaries, appendices, statistics, diagrams and methodologies. This book is highly useful for students from human resources and management students, working professionals can also refer this book for concept clarifications. At the end of and chapter for better understanding measurements, figure processes, diagrams and temperature graphs are given.

2. “Human Resource Management (CAIIB 2010)” by IIBF (Indian Institute of Banking and Finance)

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“Human Resource Management (CAIIB 2010)” Book Review: In this book the young people who constitute the majority of workers in all progressive banks of the world are careful to mention issues of concern. There is a substantial coverage of technology and its implementations in banks today as well as a chapter in the management and preparation of ‘generation Y’ workers. This book discusses subjects as defined in the CAIIB curriculum optional paper. There are several different forms of facilities provided for all employees. This book will be valuable for anyone specializing in HRM. Figure methods, diagrams and temperature graphs are provided at the end of the chapter for better measures of understanding.

3. “Human Resource Development” by Mankin

“Human Resource Development” Book Review: This textbook combines key principles and ideas with a realistic approach and discusses the main areas of the training interventions to be planned, applied and tested by line managers and RFP practitioners. More contemporary topics, such as learning and growth of small and medium-sized businesses and information sharing and management, are outlined in addition to these key fields. The textbook builds on a number of features that facilitate comprehension and learning, other features include ‘hints and tips’ boxes, ‘practitioner perspectives, and end of chapter case studies, and chapter revision questions. There is also a supporting online resource centre providing resources for lecturers.

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4. “Predictive Analytics for Human Resources” by Jac Fitz-Enz and John R Mattox II

“Predictive Analytics for Human Resources “Book Review: Many people have asked the questions with the passion around analytics; “Where do I start?” and “What tools are available?” This book is intended to address those concerns. This book will be valuable for anyone specializing in human resources. This book talks about the direction that people should go, it also focuses on where you are, where you want to go, how challenging the way to the future is and how you expect it to be. The textbook draws on a variety of features that make reading and learning simpler. At the beginning of each chapter, main ideas are presented. For additional assistance, it includes a glossary of biological terms and figures illustrating theoretical concepts.

5. “Strategic Human Resource Development: Concepts and Practices” by Prasad
6. “Human Resource Development” by Srividhya Lalitha

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“Human Resources Development” Book Review: Intensive analysis and review with great attention are carried out to develop the principles related to human resource creation, HRD method, responsibilities and function, success improvement and appraisal, HRD partnerships with OD, information management, career preparation and development activities. In addition, proper attention was paid to the grammar and editing elements. If any error related to this book is noticed by readers, they are expected to notify the writer. Some of the topics focussed on this book are HRD Environment, Human Resource Management, Human Resource Development, Planning and Organisation for Human Resource Development Part II: HRD Process, Mechanisms and Practices, Human Resource Development Process, Human Resource Development Mechanisms, Performance Management, Workforce Diversity and Human Resource Development, Organisation Development and Human Resource Development, Knowledge Management and HRD, Employees Counselling and Well-being Part IV: HRD Cases, Case Study.

7. “Human Resources Development” by Balyan

“Human Resource Development” Book Review: This book deals more with numerous facets of the administration of human capital. Which provides an overview of workforce recruitment and management of human resources, role review, preparation of human resources, recruiting and selection, induction, career planning, promotion and transition, training and advancement, performance evaluation, wages, labour relations, international HRM, and HRM issues and emerging trends. The book has sixteen chapters in total. The content is portrayed in a clear and lucid manner through Salient Features. An authoritative and up-to-date text with a proper combination of experience and philosophy. Immense application of management and HR professionals for postgraduate students. It requires a glossary of biological words and statistics outlining scientific principles with additional support. From the various solved sample problems, statistical appendices, and exercises, students would be ready to solve simple biofluid-related issues and obtain new physical insight.

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8. “Reading In Human Resource Development” by Rao T V
9. “Human Resource Development” by S Yuvaraj

“Human Resource Development “Book Review: This book deals more with numerous facets of the administration of human capital. Which provides an overview of workforce recruitment and management of human resources, role review, preparation of human resources, recruiting and selection, induction, career planning, promotion and transition, training and advancement, performance evaluation, wages, labour relations, international HRM, and HRM issues and emerging trends. The book has sixteen chapters in total. The content is portrayed in a clear and lucid manner through Salient Features. An authoritative and up-to-date text with a proper combination of experience and philosophy. Immense application of management and HR professionals for postgraduate students. It requires a glossary of biological words and statistics outlining scientific principles with additional support. From the various solved sample problems, statistical appendices, and exercises, students would be ready to solve simple biofluid-related issues and obtain new physical insight.

10. “International Human Resource Development: Learning, Education and Training for Individuals and Organizations” by John P Wilson

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“International Human Resource Development: Learning, Education and Training for Individuals and Organizations” Book Review: This book presents thought-provoking questions and stimulating solutions to critical problems in the growth of human resources today, placing HRD in its strategic corporate sense and exploring the learning process from multiple viewpoints in depth. It offers a detailed exploration of the development of international human capital, and a number of case studies and contributions from a selection of HR development experts have been thoroughly updated and revised, making it the most topical book in this area. It also explores the increasingly significant field of knowledge management, which involves learning and development. This detailed handbook, specifically written and mapped to the existing requirements of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), covers every part of the training cycle, including the role and recognition of organizational learning, training and development needs.

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