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    Research and describe the concept of HRD change in organization

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    Research and describe the concept of HRD change in an organization. In addition, rationalize suitable interventions to address emotions of change by choosing one of the following theories to assess and evaluate.

    1. HRD of Human Processed-Based Intervention Theory
    2. Techno-Structural Intervention Theory
    3. Sociotechnical Systems Theory
    4. Organizational Transformation Theory

    Your paper should be a well-organized paper and a minimum of three-four pages in length (in addition to a title page), with no spelling or grammar mistakes, clearly articulated, and to the point. Your paper must reflect APA style and contain at least three references other than your textbook, which may include Internet sources, professional journal articles, or other resources related to the profession. Remember to include a summary of key points and discoveries as a result of your research.

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    // Human Resource Department (HRD) is viewed as an administrative function and strategic function by some. In this regard, the further text has shed light on the role of HRD as a change agent, which has influence on employee emotions. In this regard, four theories have been analyzed to suggest the most suitable theory for managing change.//

    The HRD states that due to change in the way of functioning and operation of the organization, there is a change in the policies and plans of the HR department. These changes can relate to promotional policies, retirement policy, and training programs. The change can also relate to decentralization or centralization of HRD, where there can be modifications related to decreasing personnel, reducing programs or change in authority-reporting channels. It is further observed that it is the responsibility of HRD to convince employees and manage change as it is necessary for the constant organizational development (Sims, 2006). In order to access human emotions related to organizational change four theories that are human processed-based intervention theory, techno-structural intervention theory, socio-technical systems theory and organizational transformation theory have been discussed ahead.

    The human processed-based intervention theory sheds light on change procedure and states that changing ...

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    The expert describes the concepts of HRD change in organizations. The response addresses the query 836 words with APA reference.

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