National Human
Resource
Development
(NHRD)
© Charlene Mutamba 2014
2004. NHRD is every effort, such as
education, training, cultural activities and
institutional improvement at national a...
2004. NHRD goes beyond employment
and preparation for employment issues to
include health, culture, safety, community,
...
2004.NHRD in the context of Kenya’s
national HRD is synonymous with education to
eradicate “ignorance, disease, and pove...
2004. NHRD is a process or processes
of organized capability and competence
based learning experiences undertaken
withi...
2004. NHRD in St. Lucia is a process
whereby the private, public, and other
sectors collectively implement programs
dir...
2005. NHRD is the development of a
national policy of skills development and is
normally devised by governmental
admini...
2005. NHRD is all the activities and
efforts that contribute to the understanding
and development of human expertise, th...
2006.NHRD in Brazil as a systematic
development of human skills, capabilities and
knowledge through multilevel learning ...
2006. NHRD is the national effort to
maximize social efficiency for and publicize
human resources. These goals can be
a...
2012.NHRD as encompassing education
and training issues, which include: basic
education, industrial training, productivi...
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National Human Resource Development (NHRD)

Understanding national human resource development as it is defined by various scholars from 2004 to 2012.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. National Human Resource Development (NHRD) © Charlene Mutamba 2014
  • 2. 2004. NHRD is every effort, such as education, training, cultural activities and institutional improvement at national and societal levels for the purpose of efficient development and utilization of national human resources (Cho & McLean).
  • 3. 2004. NHRD goes beyond employment and preparation for employment issues to include health, culture, safety, community, and a host of other considerations that have not typically been perceived as manpower planning or human capital investment (McLean, p. 269).
  • 4. 2004.NHRD in the context of Kenya’s national HRD is synonymous with education to eradicate “ignorance, disease, and poverty therefore NHRD initiatives should address population, human resource planning and development, education, manpower training, employment and labor market policies, poverty interventions, youth development, health, shelter, housing and other welfare perspectives (Lutta-Mukhebi, p. 327).
  • 5. 2004. NHRD is a process or processes of organized capability and competence based learning experiences undertaken within a specified period of time to bring about individual and organizational growth and performance improvement, and to enhance national economic, cultural and social development (Lynham & Cunningham, p.319).
  • 6. 2004. NHRD in St. Lucia is a process whereby the private, public, and other sectors collectively implement programs directed at the development of workforce skills, knowledge, and attitudes that are driven by national development goals. It focuses on reforming the education system and the development of the workforce (Scotland, p. 359).
  • 7. 2005. NHRD is the development of a national policy of skills development and is normally devised by governmental administration departments. Human Resource Development initiatives can be regionally oriented within a nation state or incorporate partnerships with other governments (Metcalfe & Rees, p.457).
  • 8. 2005. NHRD is all the activities and efforts that contribute to the understanding and development of human expertise, that improve workplace learning and performance, and that yield individual, organizational, and national benefits, within the context of overall economic, social, and human development (Cox, Estrada, Lynham, & Motii, p.445).
  • 9. 2006.NHRD in Brazil as a systematic development of human skills, capabilities and knowledge through multilevel learning processes directed by an organizational, community and national mission and strategy for the purpose of performance improvement as evidenced in the wellbeing and growth of individuals and the organizations, communities and national of which they are an integral part (Hasler, Thompson & Schuler, p. 108).
  • 10. 2006. NHRD is the national effort to maximize social efficiency for and publicize human resources. These goals can be achieved by enhancing social capital, such as morality and character, and developing core competencies required for a knowledge-based economy, leading to individual growth, efficient utilization of management systems and, ultimately, competency of the whole nation (Ahn & McLean, p.263).
  • 11. 2012.NHRD as encompassing education and training issues, which include: basic education, industrial training, productivity and equity in labor forces and workplaces, creation of comparable labor market data, lifelong learning and management development (Ardichvili, Zavyalova and Minina).