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In an article in the October issue I described the Four Letter Word Game as a structured experience, and such devices in general were spoken of as a halfwayhouse on the road to experiential learning proper. Their great benefit is that they get students accustomed to certain ideas, these are That...
Over the past few years management training centres have acquired CCTV and video tape recording systems, and as a result many management training specialists have had to develop skills in using these aids properly. The ability to use these devices in a technically proficient manner is easy to...
An account of one small company with little experience of training who undertook a training course for their supervisors to achieve a number of objectives. Some were achieved, some were not. In the hope that their experience may be of use to others, this article is written by the man responsible...
Do you get vague requests about the need to improve teamwork as often as we do Sometimes these requests come from distraught personnel managers who have identified training needs that fall into the teamwork area but haven't the faintest idea how to set about validating or meeting such needs. At...
In 1975 when the Government embarked on its study of the economy of manufacturing industry, it hoped for new investment proposals and for a high wagehigh productivity approach to the future of the economy. In reviewing progress in July 1976, they accepted that the need was not only to encourage...
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