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Most people say there is nothing new in training, merely that old ideas are repackaged and presented in a different style, often couched in new jargon to establish their credibility.
Reasons for the Project During 1985 I decided to apply for a German Marshall Fellowship to visit the USA for a variety of reasons. I had lived there for seven years during the 1960s, right at the beginning of the women's movement. I was interested to return there and look at what had happened in...
For many employers training is purchased from the inhouse Training Centre, Skill Centre, College of Further Education or Management Consultant. However, throughout England, Scotland and Wales there is a network of Training Centres and expertise Group Training Associations providing high quality...
Although the US petroleum industry has been undergoing largescale realignments, the overall outlook for the surviving oil companies is much brighter now than it was in late 1981 and throughout 1982. Even so, the industry's difficulties due to the recession and the accompanying oil glut will have...
The Difference Between Process and Results Most managers, when they consider the question of the effectiveness of the company training programme, automatically think of it as applying to the person who is being trained. How has he or she improved their performance after training For an...
When inplant and collegebased courses are run for supervisors and managers, it is conventional to use a Ushaped seating arrangement in the training room to promote participation and discussion. However, at each class session, people will tend to sit with the same companions habitually, which may...
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