Effective Training Strategies: A Comprehensive Guide to Maximizing Learning in Organizations

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Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 1998 - Business & Economics - 521 pages
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For managers, supervisors, trainers, engineers, and consultants alike, Effective Training Strategies demonstrates how to facilitate the many types of learning required to ensure that individuals, groups, and teams do their jobs more effectively, efficiently and, sometimes, even more creatively. This compendium of solid theory and current practice challenges the quality expectations that organizations have for learning, takes the guesswork out of training and development, and offers a rich set of real-world examples drawn from various types of organizations from around the world.

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