publication . Article . 2011

THE STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES-IMPERATIVE REQUIREMENT OF THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION REFORM

Cristina MANOLE;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2011 Journal: Proceedings of Administration and Public Management International Conference JEL codes: CO2; D2D23; H8H83; J5J53; O1O15; Z1Z13, volume 7, issue 1 June, pages 81-95
Abstract
Together with the global economic crisis, the impact of organizational crises on human capital and its performances has become increasingly obvious. From this perspective, the strategic role of human resources’ development is crucial. This development can help the organizational management to improve their operational abilities, that allow a better management of the existing crises and also preventing future one. Most researchers agree that the strategic development of human resources implies systematical processes, formal ones, to be adapted to the needs at the organizational level.
Subjects
free text keywords: strategic development of human resources, managing the institutional crisis, work climate, organizational stress.

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