This study among 44 companies explores whether strategic HRD alignment and some organization and HRD related factors exert influence on the effects of HRD interventions. A multilevel analysis showed that strategic alignment, the problem that serves as starting point for HRD, the company HRD climate, the position of the HRD department, and the form of HRD interventions are important factors in impeding or enhancing HRD performance or effectiveness. Based on the results a multi-level model of HRD performance was developed.
|Title of host publication||AHRD 2001 conference proceedings|
|Subtitle of host publication||February 28 - March 4, 2001, Tulsa, Oklahoma|
|Editors||Oscar A. Aliaga|
|Place of Publication||Austin, TX|
|Publisher||Academy of Human Resource Development|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 28 Feb 2001|
|Event||Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference 2001 - Tulsa, United States|
Duration: 28 Feb 2001 → 4 Mar 2001
|Conference||Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference 2001|
|Period||28/02/01 → 4/03/01|
- HRD effectiveness
- Drivers and outcomes
- Multi-level model
Wognum, A. A. M. I. (2001). Improving performance through HRD: towards a multilevel model. In O. A. Aliaga (Ed.), AHRD 2001 conference proceedings: February 28 - March 4, 2001, Tulsa, Oklahoma (pp. 727-734). Austin, TX: Academy of Human Resource Development.