Human Resource Development, Learning Organization and Knowledge Management: The Integrated Concepts to Organizational Success

  • พงศกร ศรีรงค์ทอง
Keywords: Human Resource Development, Learning Organization, Knowledge Management, Knowledge Management, Human Resource Development, learning organization

Abstract

            Due to the dynamics of change in both the internal context and the external environment of organizations, organizations are required to improve their readiness and adapt to changes in order to maintain their vitality. Human resources development, learning organization, and knowledge management are three concepts that can be challenging options for the executives and administrators to help keep the organization well and alive. Nowadays these three concepts are considered essential for the administration, and need to be integrated into the administrative plans of all organizations.

            To develop a learning organization can begin with stressing the importance of human resources in the organization. Human resources development supports the workforce to learn and develop into a learning organization through systematic knowledge management. To establish a successful learning organization, the management procedures should be clearly and systematically aligned. The systematic instrumentation and integration of the three concepts mentioned here can pave the way to success in achieving an organization’s goals.

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Published
2018-12-16
How to Cite
ศรีรงค์ทองพ. (2018). Human Resource Development, Learning Organization and Knowledge Management: The Integrated Concepts to Organizational Success. Journal of Chandrakasemsarn, 24(47), 1-16. Retrieved from https://tci-thaijo.org/index.php/crujournal/article/view/160301
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บทความวิชาการ