Reengineering the Training Function: How to Align Training With the New Corporate Agenda

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CRC Press, Apr 22, 1996 - Business & Economics - 296 pages
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If you have questions about how to meet the demands of the new economy, corporate and organizational agendas, and the changing workplace you will find the answers in this well-written and concise book. Reengineering the Training Function provides a plan of action rich in strategies and tactics, full of specific guidelines and tools that can be put to use immediately.
Learn how successful business reengineering and training practices parallel the reengineering of business processes. Any business that wants to remain competitive in a global marketplace will find this book relevant. Put these guidelines to work immediately to conduct a strategic training audit prior to initiating any reengineering process. You can change the process of training and control the new continuous learning organization with Reengineering the Training Function.
 

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Contents

Welcome to a highly interactive journey as a member of a learning team
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Extensive Changes
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PART
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Chapter Three Training Function to Continuous Learning
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shape corporate national and global economies and 6 a total and complete
52
Identifying Unproductive Training and Development
77
Chapter Five Identifying Unproductive Training Practices
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Chapter Six Conducting a Strategic Training Audit Before
105
and Reengineering Challenges
159
PART FOUR
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Chapter Eleven Benchmarking the Best Training Practices
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PART FIVE
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Chapter Thirteen TechnologyDriven Systems and Workforce
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Chief Training Officer and
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address and integrate five key concepts often discussed separately
250
References
257

PART THREE
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A Reality Check
117
Choosing
131
Quality Award Programs
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