Workforce planning and development in emerging economies - A holistic approach for sustainable development
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The Workforce Planning and Development (WPD) involves a process that identifies the quantity as well as quality of skilled human resources needed to accomplish set targets by matching the right people to the right jobs at the right time. However, WPD for broader sustainable development remains one of the key challenges in emerging economies as the conceptual and analytical development of WPD is limited to date and has not attracted adequate research interest. This chapter response to this gap and proposes and discusses a holistic approach to the WPD framework for sustainable development in the context of emerging economies.
Prikshat V, Dhakal, S & Nankervis, A (2020).Workforce planning and development in emerging economies - A holistic approach for sustainable development. In: Kantha Dayaram, Linda Lambey, John Burgess, Tri Wulida Afrianty ed.s Developing the Workforce in an Emerging EconomyThe Case of Indonesia.Taylor & Francis
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