Successful Training Strategies: Twenty-Six Innovative Corporate Models
A publication of Work in America Institute
Detailed case studies of leading companiessuch as Xerox, General Electric, Goodyear, and Manpower, Inc.show how innovative training practices make organizations more competitive. Illustrates how effective programs can help companies utilize the latest manufacturing, production, communication, and service technologies. A companion to Training The Competitive Edge.
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