Approaches To Training And Development: Third Edition Revised And Updated
Basic Books, Jun 18, 2003 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
Approaches to Training and Development provides a comprehensive and practical introduction to the field of organizational training and human-resource development. It surveys the methods, functions, and goals of training--from needs assessment to implementation--illustrating each step of an effective training program. This new edition includes updates throughout, with fresh examples and current references, with an emphasis on evaluating and explaining new training. Comprehensive, authoritative, and accessible, this new edition will prove an essential resource to a new generation of trainers, HRD professionals, educators, and managers.
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Dugan Laird's "Approaches to Training and Development," updated in this edition by Sharon Naquin and Elwood Holton III, is tremendously useful not only as a primer for anyone interested in workplace ... Read full review
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Enhancing Transfer of Learning
Training and Development Budgets
Measuring Training and Development
Assessing the Results of the Training Programs
Selecting and Retaining the TD Staff
Does Employee Development Pay Off?
How Do People Learn?
Where Does It All End?