Developing the Individual: Training and Development 11.9 (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 31, 2003 - Business & Economics - 152 pages
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Effective Training & Development is essential if you are to continuously get the best from your people and extend the knowledge shelf-life of your company. This module explores the vast array of options available to the HR function including on-the-job learning, formal management education, coaching and mentoring. Cost-effectiveness and measurable payback are also dealt with as cornerstones of any training and development activity.

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Tony Grundy is an independent consultant and Senior Lecturer at Cranfield School of Management. He is the author of several best-selling books, as well as articles on HR strategy in leading management journals.

Since 1984 Laura Brown has helped business and technical managers deliver systems solutions, and has worked as management consultant and senior technical advisor to Fortune 500 companies. She is president of System Innovations, founded in 1994, a consulting firm specializing in system integration, data warehousing and Internet design. Client companies include Delta Airlines, where she designed Delta's model management integration strategy; Nationwide Insurance, where she designed and directed development of a Marketing prototype for the direct sales division; and Norrell Services, where she delivered enterprise-level Business Models to define how Norrell's future processes would be integrated and automated.

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