Creating a Learning and Development Strategy: The HR Business Partner's Guide to Developing People

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CIPD Publishing, 2004 - Electronic books - 209 pages
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If your learning and development programme isn't intimately linked with your organisation's business strategy, you are not adding value. Worse, you are actively destroying it. If you can't show line managers how your training programmes will help their teams meet their objectives, what chance do you have that they will take you seriously?
 

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Contents

The general or umbrella strategy
32
Supporting todays priorities
66
Strategies for professional HRD management
83
Career and continuity planning
113
Prioritising and resourcing
131
Return on investment
161
Chapters Marketing and political considerations
178
Creating a learning and development strategy
199
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