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This document contains papers from 35 symposia as well as 2 keynote presentations at the 1996 Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) conference. The symposia are on the following topics: (1) HRD town forum; (2) HRD and business outcomes; (3) action learning; (4) evaluation issues in HRD; (5) rethinking diversity; (6) HRD in selected nations; (7) orchestrating work and learning; (8) HRD models in Europe; (9) high involvement work teams; (10) instructional technology; (11) learning research; (12) work force issues; (13) career development; (14) change process in organizations; (15) instructional delivery; (16) HRD journals; (17) core directions in HRD; (18) learning organization; (19) transfer of training; (20) cross-cultural HRD; (21) contextual learning issues; (22) expertise in organizations; (23) career development/special needs; (24) practitioner states; (25) structured and unstructured learning; (26) leadership and management development; (27) diversity in the workplace; (28) university instruction in HRD; (29) performance improvement; (30) partnership research; (31) evaluation systems in HRD; (32) team building; (33) training practices; (34) HRD academic programs; and (35) status of HRD research. The two keynote papers address HRD integrity through business-research partnerships: Partnering for Research: The Ford Design Institute/UGA Research Project (Karen E. Watkins, Lewis J. Bellinger) and The Partnership Journey from Satisfaction to Performance: Human Resource Development Becomes a World-Class Business Partner (Timothy R. McClernon; Richard A. Swanson). Papers contain references. (SK)

Descriptors: Adult Education, Career Development, Corporate Education, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Human Resources, Labor Force Development, Organizational Change, Partnerships in Education, Professional Continuing Education, Research, Training Methods, Training Objectives, Transfer of Training, Work Environment

Academy of Human Resource Development, 8140 Burnet Road, P.O. Box 9589, Austin, TX 78766.

Autor: Holton, Elwood F., III, Ed.


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