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- Establishing an HRD Program in an HRD Consulting Firm. Rothwell, William J. // Training & Development Journal;Jan1983, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p81
Focuses on the establishment of a human resources department program in a human resources consulting firm. Organizational change that occur when HRD programs are introduced to the field's own practitioners; Prediction of problems of social change in an organizational setting; Books published on...
- Specialization fuels growth of consulting. Tompkins, Neville C. // HRMagazine;Jul95, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p110
Gives advice to human resource consulting services. Trend toward specialization; Need for consultants to assist with sexual harassment, training, implementation of the Americans With Disabilities Act and cultural transformations that often include total quality management training; Building a...
- A guide to HR specialism. Boucher, Phil // Personnel Today;5/21/2002, p30
Provides guidelines for business consultants in the human resource management of Great Britain. Awareness of the competitive market; Ability to produce good performance using economic skills; Significance of analyzing the company culture.
- On the Same Page. Roberts, Bill // HR Magazine;Sep2001, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p104
Discusses the importance of the implementation consultants or integrators in human resource management. Comments on strategic consulting relationships; Advantages of making a detailed plan before hiring implementation consultants; How to manage integrators.
- Making the Leap: Perspectives on Becoming a Consultant. Hurley, Patricia G. // Training & Development Journal;Jan1983, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p62
Profiles independent training and development consultants. Career history; Education and qualifications; Rewards of the profession.
- Consultants: The Buyer's View. Gorovitz, Elizabeth Shey // Training & Development Journal;Jan1983, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p67
Presents the views of training directors and human resources development managers on the demand for and effectiveness of independent consultants. Tasks entrusted by training directors and personnel managers to independent consultants; Selection of the consultants; Manner of assessing the...
- Selecting and Managing Management Consultants. Ginsburg, Sigmund G. // Training & Development Journal;Jan1983, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p76
Offers tips on selecting and managing management consultants. Factors considered when hiring a consultant; Projection of the impact of consultants on the organization; Ways of screening consultants.
- Performance Consulting: One Organization, One Process. LaBonte, Tom; Robinson, Jim // Training & Development;Aug99, Vol. 53 Issue 8, p32
Discusses how performance consultants can help a business develop and implement its human performance improvement (HPI) process. Integration of a resources unit and other departments into one performance consulting function; Phases of an HPI process; Process alignment among departments;...
- Studying in Charm School, And Meeting Laggards. Fisher, Anne // Fortune;6/7/1999, Vol. 139 Issue 11, p226
Answers readers' career development-related questions. Reasons for consultation with an executive coach, and training that they offer; Participation in management meetings with team members.