District Workforce Development and Instructional Capacity: A Strategic Perspective

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Title: District Workforce Development and Instructional Capacity: A Strategic Perspective
Author: Scribner, Jay Paredes, 1963-; Smylie, Mark A.; Mosley, Heather L.
Date: 2008-03
Abstract: Some depictions of human resource (HR) functions tend to see connections to core missions, e.g., teaching and learning, as a “hub and spoke” arrangement with HR functions such as recruitment, selection, induction, professional development, and so on. Clearly, the gap between strategic intentions and practice is a challenge across public and private sectors and across 3 industries. We also suspect that the lack of evidence of strategic practice in school districts may have something to do with limited conceptualizations of strategic human resource management (SHRM) that could otherwise lead to observations from which theorizing and evaluation can take place.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/3479

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