Strategic flexibility analysis of HRD research and practice post COVID-19 pandemic

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COVID-19 and the associated reactionary problem-solving mechanisms that have been put in place and continue to be put in place are what will drive HRD research and practice in the next normal. In anticipation, I have developed four scenarios of possible futures for HRD Research and Practice post-COVID-19 pandemic. These scenarios include the ‘Meaning of work,’ ‘Leadership,’ ‘Contactless Commerce & Education,’ and ‘Volunteerism.’ These scenarios are statements of how the COVID-19 pandemic could shape some critical HRD functions and the logical consequence for new HRD research and practice requirements.

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