Designing and Delivering Training
David Simmonds' book focuses on the blend between theory and practice. It will not be (merely) a ‚¨ ̃how-to‚¨" set of checklists for operational practitioners, nor (just) an academic review of the literature for strategic managers. Instead, each chapter will specifically combine the relevant thinking with appropriate real-life evidence, through the use of pedagogical features.
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THE ORGANlSATlONAL CONTEXT AND BUSlNESS ENVlRONMENT
THE lDENTlFlCATlON OF TRAlNlNG NEEDS
THE PLANNlNG OF TRAlNlNG SOLUTlONS
THE DESlGN OF TRAlNlNG EVENTS
THE DELlVERY OF TRAlNlNG
lNCORPORATlNG NEW TECHNOLOGY INTO THE TRAlNlNG PROCESS
THE TRANSFER OF LEARNlNG
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