What are the principles of human resource development?

QuestionsWhat are the principles of human resource development?
Akshaj Singh asked 1 year ago
3 Answers
Priya Vishwas answered 1 year ago
The principles on the basis on which HRD is built vary from personal development to the development of the organisation as a whole. They make sure there is capacity building, differentiation and integration of the employees and monitoring of the employees. All these principles are stated in the view that HR is the most important asset and their development comprises the majority of the success of the organisation.
Deepak Goyal answered 1 year ago
As the role of the HRD is to take the management forward the HRD is supposed to anticipate the change and give attention to the contextual factors that are happening in the organisation. They make sure this principle of anticipation goes along with the integration of the HRD with the other functions of the organisation. They give priority to the top-level management for formulating policies and regulations regarding development.
Nikhil Rawat answered 1 year ago
HRD is based on the principle of establishing the linkage between the internal system and the external system. As both factors affect the proper working of the organisation the HRD team needs to establish correct linkage to avoid discrepancies at the time of working and provide a proper working environment to the HR is give out their full potential. If there is no proper linkage the balance of the organisation may be adversely affected.