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HRD ‘Scholar-Practitioner': An Approach to Filling Theory, Practice and Research Gap

HRD ‘Scholar-Practitioner': An Approach to Filling Theory, Practice and Research Gap
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Author(s): Chandan Maheshkar (University of Indore, India)
Copyright: 2016
Pages: 27
Source title: Bridging the Scholar-Practitioner Gap in Human Resources Development
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Claretha Hughes (University of Arkansas, USA) and Matthew W. Gosney (Hillcrest HealthCare Systems, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9998-4.ch002

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Abstract

The quality of human resource is a key driver in creating organizational performance. An HRD investigates human work patterns and abilities required to perform determined job roles and role-specific responsibilities in competent manner. The ‘HRD Scholar-Practitioner' opens the ways connecting the division between academics and real world of practice. This integration involves different scholastic efforts that make theory, practice and research mutually dependent; and promotes opportunity to engage simultaneously in the real time HRD practices and scholastic investigations. The ‘HRD Scholar-Practitioner' has ability to create organizational learning objectives, personal and professional cognitive meanings, integrative approaches, and to setup ‘participative learning-based competency culture' towards organizational performance and dynamic leadership. Thus, this can be considered as a significant mechanism to enhance organizational competitiveness and effectiveness of scholastic works via filling theory, practice and research gap(s).

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