The article aims to shift the basis of organisational human resource planning away from the traditional prescriptive approach to a systems based model that incorporates an emphasis on learning. A brief history of human resource planning is presented showing how it has evolved towards current needs and the specification for the new model. The new model is conceived in the context of increased environmental pressures on organisations and resultant management approaches. At the heart of the new approach is the process of transformation by which inputs to the model are processed in a way that involves all stakeholders in planning to produce viable outputs for managerial decision making.
Rahman bin Idris, A. and Eldridge, D. (1998), "Reconceptualising human resource planning in response to institutional change", International Journal of Manpower, Vol. 19 No. 5, pp. 343-357. https://doi.org/10.1108/01437729810222011Download as .RIS
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