- The Challenges of Globalization and the HRD Response
- Advances in Developing Human Resources
- Human resources expert in the U.S. government
Annette A. Hartenstein, adopting a critical perspective towards the design of work education programs, argue that women continue to encounter barriers to education and training, as well as to employment. When considered worldwide, the dimensions of discrimination are considerable and complex, yet workforce access for girls and women is increasingly viewed as a key element in social and economic development. An agenda is proposed for vocational and technical education that revisits the issue of how to address concerns of equity and individual opportunity. The Problem and the Solution. Globalization has created a new worldwide corporate culture that is not based on any single national norm HRD needs to humanize the new global culture and enable people to effectively operate in it.