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MS in Human Resource Development
This project concerns the issue of objectively evaluating Human Resource Development activities and interventions. The focus is: How are Human Resource Development activities and interventions objectively evaluated? A review of literature on past and current practices identifies how Human Resource Development activities and interventions have traditionally been evaluated objectively and what methods of objective evaluation are currently used by researchers and practitioners alike. Six methods of evaluation are presented and discussed. The implications of the literature review along with suggestions for future research and study are also presented.
Rubino, Michael J., "Objectively Evaluating Human Resource Development Activities" (2002). Education Masters. Paper 151.
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