Corporate Training for Effective Performance

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Kluwer Academic Publishers, Sep 1, 1995 - Business & Economics - 267 pages
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Corporate training and effective performance have become major issues in the 1980s and '90s. Reviews of the training research literature show that, parallel to the growing attention to corporate training, research has also increased in the field, giving a better understanding of the subject and providing fundamental expertise on which trainers can build. The contributions to the book differ in the degree to which they are related to performance issues, but all chapters underline the necessity of thinking from the perspective of effective performance.

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Contents

Introduction to Part I
9
The Role of Regulations in Corporate Training Strategies
33
The Challenge of Competence and Further Training Policies
47
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ROBERT O. BRINKERHOFF is professor of educational leadership, Western Michigan University, and an internationally recognized human resource development consultant to numerous organizations worldwide including the U.S. Postal Service, Apple Computer, and The World Bank. He is author of Achieving Results From Training (Jossey-Bass, 1987). STEPHEN J. GILL is an indepAndent consultant on training needs analysis and evaluation. His clients include Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Steelcase, and Columbia Healthcare.

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