Linking HRD Programs with Organizational Strategy: Twelve Case Studies from the Real World of Training

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American Society for Training and Development, 1998 - Business & Economics - 221 pages
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The case studies included in this volume show you how organizations of varied sizes and types have attempted to link human resource development (HRD) efforts-some successfully and others not so successfully-to organizational strategy. Many cases are drawn from U.S. domestic organizations lead you through the best practices.
 

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Contents

An Introduction
1
University Medical Center
27
United Check Clearing Corporation
39
The Ultimate Drivers of Change Management Financial Publishing Company
63
A Career Development Success Story American Express Financial Advisors
69
Midwest Steel Company
85
FoodProcessing Company
97
BC TELECOM
109
A Model for Upgrading Skills of Foundry Workers Southern Ductile Casting Company
127
in a Religious Organization An Organizational Learning Approach A Catholic Church
137
Innovations in International Health Training JHPIEGO Corporation
155
A United Nations Development Programme Project in China
181
Michelin North America Inc
209
About the Editor
219
About the Series Editor
221
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