the importance of strategic human resource development practices among multinational companies in Malaysia

Scholars in Human Resource Development (HRD) are debating that HRD should have bigger role that is beyond training and should strategically be linked to business planning in order for HRD to help organization implement its business strategies. However, HRD has not been regularly practiced and the in...

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Main Authors: Shaari, R., Sarip, A., Rajab, A., Rahman, H. A., Fadil, H. M.
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Published: 2019
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Online Access:http://eprints.utm.my/id/eprint/88378/
http://www.dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-94709-9_41
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spelling my.utm.883782020-12-15T00:02:14Z http://eprints.utm.my/id/eprint/88378/ the importance of strategic human resource development practices among multinational companies in Malaysia Shaari, R. Sarip, A. Rajab, A. Rahman, H. A. Fadil, H. M. HD28 Management. Industrial Management Scholars in Human Resource Development (HRD) are debating that HRD should have bigger role that is beyond training and should strategically be linked to business planning in order for HRD to help organization implement its business strategies. However, HRD has not been regularly practiced and the inconsistent understanding of its roles has also contributed to the disparity in the HRD field. This paper aims to discuss some empirical evidences on how HRD is viewed and used according to strategic HRD model. The perceptions of 58 MNCs practitioners in Malaysia are valued to report the findings. 2019 Conference or Workshop Item PeerReviewed Shaari, R. and Sarip, A. and Rajab, A. and Rahman, H. A. and Fadil, H. M. (2019) the importance of strategic human resource development practices among multinational companies in Malaysia. In: AHFE International Conference on Human Factors, Business Management and Society, 21-25 July 2018, Orlando, United States. http://www.dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-94709-9_41
institution Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
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country Malaysia
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topic HD28 Management. Industrial Management
spellingShingle HD28 Management. Industrial Management
Shaari, R.
Sarip, A.
Rajab, A.
Rahman, H. A.
Fadil, H. M.
the importance of strategic human resource development practices among multinational companies in Malaysia
description Scholars in Human Resource Development (HRD) are debating that HRD should have bigger role that is beyond training and should strategically be linked to business planning in order for HRD to help organization implement its business strategies. However, HRD has not been regularly practiced and the inconsistent understanding of its roles has also contributed to the disparity in the HRD field. This paper aims to discuss some empirical evidences on how HRD is viewed and used according to strategic HRD model. The perceptions of 58 MNCs practitioners in Malaysia are valued to report the findings.
format Conference or Workshop Item
author Shaari, R.
Sarip, A.
Rajab, A.
Rahman, H. A.
Fadil, H. M.
author_facet Shaari, R.
Sarip, A.
Rajab, A.
Rahman, H. A.
Fadil, H. M.
author_sort Shaari, R.
title the importance of strategic human resource development practices among multinational companies in Malaysia
title_short the importance of strategic human resource development practices among multinational companies in Malaysia
title_full the importance of strategic human resource development practices among multinational companies in Malaysia
title_fullStr the importance of strategic human resource development practices among multinational companies in Malaysia
title_full_unstemmed the importance of strategic human resource development practices among multinational companies in Malaysia
title_sort importance of strategic human resource development practices among multinational companies in malaysia
publishDate 2019
url http://eprints.utm.my/id/eprint/88378/
http://www.dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-94709-9_41
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