Increasing Profitability by the Effective Use of Learning

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Kogan Page, 1997 - Business & Economics - 248 pages
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All too often the bottom-line effect of expensive training and development programs is lost as goals become confused and unfocused. Dr. Hedges' exciting and detailed book show how managers can guide individuals in an organization to develop their own skills (whether using structured national standards or not) while still remaining true to the organization's profitability target.

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About the author (1997)

Dr. Pat Hedges is the first Rowland Hill Fellow at the University of Warwick and an Associate Fellow of the University of Glamorgan. Dr. Hedges has many years' practical experience of working in training and development; most recently she was Head of Training and Employee Communication in Parcelforce (The Parcels division of the Post Office).

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