Human Resource Development in Vietnam
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Despite recent high GDP growth rates, Vietnam remains a developing country in need of developing human resources (HR) of both genders. This can be done through education, workplace training, corporate social responsibility, policies for gender equality, support for entrepreneurship, and other practices and policies. Yet, national human resource development (NHRD) is a relatively new concept in Vietnam. This edited volume highlights the importance of HR, HRD, and NHRD, enabling Vietnam to experience sustainable growth and become a modern industrial country. It examines the positive changes…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Despite recent high GDP growth rates, Vietnam remains a developing country in need of developing human resources (HR) of both genders. This can be done through education, workplace training, corporate social responsibility, policies for gender equality, support for entrepreneurship, and other practices and policies. Yet, national human resource development (NHRD) is a relatively new concept in Vietnam. This edited volume highlights the importance of HR, HRD, and NHRD, enabling Vietnam to experience sustainable growth and become a modern industrial country. It examines the positive changes effected by HRD considering Vietnam's unique historical, political, economic, and cultural contexts. This book offers scholars and practitioners an indigenous HRD approach and discusses implications for future research and practices.
  • Produktdetails
  • Palgrave Macmillan Asian Business Series
  • Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan / Springer, Berlin
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-3-030-51532-4
  • 1st ed. 2021
  • Seitenzahl: 392
  • Erscheinungstermin: 19. Januar 2021
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 216mm x 153mm x 26mm
  • ISBN-13: 9783030515324
  • ISBN-10: 303051532X
  • Artikelnr.: 59493757
Autorenporträt
Hien Thi Tran (Ph.D.) is a lecturer and a researcher in corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, management, international business, and human resources. She has been a consultant for sustainability projects and the principal investigator for applied research projects funded by international and local entities.Tam To Phuong (Ph.D.) is a faculty member at Foreign Trade University, Hanoi, Vietnam. Her research focuses on faculty development, adult learning, and organization development. She developed a professional identity development framework for Vietnamese faculty in her dissertation at Texas A&M University, USA. Huyen Thi Minh Van (Ph.D.) works at Foreign Trade University, Vietnam and Texas A&M University, USA. She studies learning, performance, engagement, and citizenship in organizational contexts. Her dissertation investigated HRD strategies and practices for creating an engaged workforce from organizational and individual perspectives.Gary N. McLean (Ed.D., Ph.D. Hon.) is Professor in the Ph.D. in Organization Development program, Assumption University, Bangkok, and Professor Emeritus of Human Resource Development and Adult Education at the University of Minnesota. He was formerly president of McLean Global Consulting, a family business.Mark A. Ashwill (Ph.D.) is managing director and co-founder of Capstone Vietnam, a full-service educational consulting company with offices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. He served as country director of the Institute of International Education-Vietnam from 2005-09.
Inhaltsangabe
PART I: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUNDChapter 1: National Human Resource Development in Vietnam (Van, Huyen Thi Minh Phuong, Tam To) This chapter explores literature conceptualizing Vietnam national human resource development (NHRD) and makes an initial operationalization of the construct. It will address four research questions: 1) How is NHRD defined in Vietnam? 2) What NHRD model is followed in Vietnam? 3) What issues exist about NHRD in Vietnam? 4) What approaches are applicable for managing such challenges? To answer these questions, the authors conducted an exploratory review of governmental materials and research literature. They include documents like Vietnam 2035, Vietnam Human Resource Planning 2011-2020, and Vietnam Qualifications Framework. The review also relies on authoritative research and reports by international organizations and scholarship from Vietnam. The authors further explore the strengths and weaknesses of Vietnam's human resources within the