This paper has two sides to it. The first part has to do with building sufficient human resource capacity and the second part of it is to do with the mobilisation of the excess human resource capacity for export. Achieving this two-pronged task is a challenge that requires the expertise and involvement of all key players in the relevant institutions for the desired results. The second part of the topic under discussion will follow on organically from the achievement of the first part that is, once the structures are in place to develop human resources and build capacity, then expansion on those structures can be used to produce the excess capacity for export.
"Human Resource Capacity Building in the developing world and mobilising excess capacity for export,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 8
, Article 23.
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