The present age is the age of great changes. Business leaders agree that managing in times of turbulence and accelerating change challenges their traditional views of competitiveness and success factors needed for survival and profitability. Today’s managers must deal with globalization of markets, increasing intensity of competition, rapid technological changes, a shift from an industrial economy to a knowledge, human capital and information based economy, demographic changes, environmental challenges, changing value systems and consumer preferences.
The major aim of this paper is to study the challenges of human resource management development in third millennium and to present an integrated approach to planning human resource management development. The mentioned aim is studied by supposing some variables including globalization, technology, training and development, flexibility, employee relations, corruption and performance motivation as challenge of human resource management development in third millennium.
The research methodology used is descriptive and for collecting theoretical aspects of the research scientific books and journals have been studied. The results of this paper indicate that human resource management development is a changing field and it is critical that organizations understand their own human resource management development needs. However, it must be appreciated that this is a ‘‘moving target’’ and because new individuals and new strategies are introduced for the companies should proactively customize a solution based on these needs.
We hope that this paper will be of use for the organizations and human resource development professionals who are considering or reviewing their current human resource management development activity. It will be of use for organizations seeking to implement best practice management, as well as detailing the likely future nature of human resource management development across the board.
|Keywords:||Human Resource Management Development, Challenges, Third Millennium|
Assistance Professor, Management Department, Faculty of Administrative Science and Economics, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Ph.D Student, Management Department, Faculty of Administrative Science and Economics, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
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