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James Watson and Tom Jaap argue the merits of a National Manpower Coucil and a National Training Tax. In doing so they formally present the notion of a body to supervise and coordinate manpower matters on a national scale using the statistical manpower planning approach.
The DISC course was certainly a new experience. My experience endorsed many of my pet principles people must control events and therefore the first objective is to influence the people put oneself in the other's position keep it simple respect devoutly the dignity of the individual he is the...
In Vulcan 2 and Vulcan 3 I established the fact that every physical skill is a jobrelevant sensorimotor activity. Some confusion is introduced when people start talking about sensorimotor skills. Not all people mean the same thing when they use the term sensorimotor skill. The purist a rare...
International interest in the development of small firms has expanded rapidly in recent years. Many countries now see the small business sector as a significant element in the permanent structure of business. Symptomatic of this interest was the International Seminar on Small Business Management...
WITHIN EVERY COMPANY THE TIMING FOR METRIC TRAINING will vary from department to department. In the January issue we suggested the preparation of a network to deal with training activities and that this should be related to the company's overall change network.
In our first article we discussed some of the difficulties that can happen when an MbO programme is installed in an organisation. We made a rough distinction between problems that are inherent in MbO as a system, and problems that are not necessarily part of MbO but which very often happen as a...
The current interest in Industrial Relations has created a demand for training in the skills of negotiation the training world has responded to this demand with an astonishing spectrum of activity. Old human relations case studies have been lovingly dusted and refurbished, roleplaying has come...
Training officers and instructors in industry would be among the first to admit that style matters. Indeed, they use a large share of their resources to ensure that trainees acquire a good one. It is no longer sufficient for a worker to be able to turn out a satisfactory workpiece he must learn...
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