Global training: how to design a program for the multinational corporation
American Society for Training and Development, 1993 - Business & Economics - 222 pages
The global market is as prominent as ever, and the need for trainers who can coordinate their training programs on a global level is growing rapidly. Global Training shows companies how to research, develop, and implement an international training program. Organized to help readers create custom training courses, this resource offers how-to tips that make application of the ideas presented as easy as possible.
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