An integrated model of national HRD and critical HRD: considering new possibilities for human resource development

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Human Resource Development International, ISSN: 1367-8868, Vol: 20, Issue: 3, Page: 236-252

Publication Year:
2017
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DOI:
10.1080/13678868.2016.1258913
Author(s):
Joshua C. Collins, Jill Zarestky, Oleksandr Tkachenko
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Informa UK Limited
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Business, Management and Accounting
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Though both National Human Resource Development (NHRD) and Critical Human Resource Development (CHRD) have received an increasing amount of attention, only two published works have used an explicitly critical approach to discuss NHRD norms, policies, and practices. The purpose of this article was to examine and articulate the relationship between NHRD and CHRD and make a case for the importance of that relationship to the field of HRD. We identify some commonalities between NHRD and CHRD, including the shared priorities of context, culture, and empowerment, which provide a strong foundation for future focuses on theory-sharing, global awareness, holistic and socially conscious economic development, negotiated power and performance, and emancipation in HRD research and practice.

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