The 2002 Training and Performance Yearbook

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John A. Woods, James W. Cortada
McGraw-Hill, 2001 - Business & Economics - 528 pages
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This seventh annual edition contains all the best articles and reference information of the past year for the training industry. Designed to save trainers the trouble of reading dozens of trade periodicals, the Yearbook provides all the contemporary thinking and the latest changes in their field in a single annual book. The book includes articles of the past year from leading training periodicals, as well as chapters from current books and original articles by the consulting editors. Articles cover issues on the planning, delivery, and evaluation of training programmes as well as performance improvement. This comprehensive reference also provides a large directory of contact information for key organizations, conferences and periodicals in the training industry.

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About the author (2001)

Woods is president of CWL Publishing Enterprises, a firm that specializes in the development of business publications.

James W. Cortada is the author of a dozen books on Spain, including "Spain in the Nineteenth-Century World: Essays on Spanish Diplomacy, 1789 1898", and two previous publications on the Spanish Civil War. He is also the author of dozens of articles on modern European and Spanish history. He lives in Madison, Wisconsin.

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