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Should organizations be more interested in training or HRD (Human Resource Development)?
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To be successful in the current rapidly changing business environment, organizations need to maximize the productivity of all of their resources, include physical, financial, information, and human resources. Employees' development played crucial roles in acquiring competitive advantages from human resources.
Training is the process of providing employees with the appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes to help them perform their current job more effectively and efficiently (Dessler, Griffiths et al, 2004). The fundamental purposes of training are to help employees to achieve organiza...

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