HRD in Small Organisations: Research and Practice

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Abbreviations: Fig = Figure; hrd = human resources development; hrm = human resources management; ICT = information and communication technology; sme = small and medium-sized enterprises; Tab = Table
a
Aims of text 1 - 2

b
Bodywork, case study for employee development 30 - 45
Bolton Committee of Inquiry on Small Firms (1971) 218 , 226
Business Growth Training (BGT) Scheme 220 -1;
see also management development
business plans, inclusion of hrm in 80

c
Case for Good People Management, The (CIPD 2001) 172
Case studies:
coaching 250 -8;
employee development 112 -17;
hrd practices 133 -40;
hrd roles/responsibilities 140 -3;
take up of national hrd programmes 15 - 18 ;
Teaching Company Scheme 173 -9;
technology translator project 150 -1
Clegg, S. R., quote 55
coaching 246 -8;
analysis/evaluation of case study findings 251 -5;
attunement to managers/participants 259 ;
case studies 250 -1, 255 -8;
case study learning points 260 -1;
Developing Management Skills (DMS) Programme 249 -50;
dialogics 248 -9, 259 -61;
distinction from mentoring 265 ;
value of ‘outsideness’ 261 ;
values of owner-managers 258
communication with employees 92 -3
comparison of traditional and discourse
readings 48 -9, 59 , 68 -9;
companies studied 49 - 50 ;
defining discourse 55 -7;
defining hrd 52 -3;
defining learning 57 -8;
defining small organisations 53 -5;
discourse perspective on hrd and learning in SMEs 69 Fig 4.1;
Feeding the Stars 49 - 50 , 64 -5;
findings 60 -7;
interpretation of results 67 -8;
Metal Tubes 49 - 50 , 61 -4;
Radical Redesign 49 - 50 , 65 -7;
research context 59 - 60 ;
sme training 50 -1

d
Developing Management Skills (DMS) Programme 249 -50;
see also coaching
Diamondcom, case study for employee development 30 - 45
discourse, definition 55 -7;
see also comparison of traditional and discourse readings
distance learning 129 -30, 145 , 222 ;
see also learning
Doorewaard, H., quote 112

e
E-learning 104 -5, 191 -2;
barriers to in small organisations 200 Fig 10.4;
delivery channels 192 Fig 10.3;
factors influencing 207 -10;
model of dimensions/influencing factors 208 Fig 10.5;
research project see E-learning in SMEs, research project;
use of ICT in small organisations 194 -5;
see also learning;
training

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