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Discusses assessment centres set up during the reorganization of the National Grid Company after privatization. Assessment centres are used to evaluate the skills and personal capabilities of employees. This allows the company to identify future talent, draw up personal development plans,...
Explains how a process was designed and implemented to help a large, European subsidiary of a US MNC achieve its vision for management development. Covers the survey methodology, the implementation process, a change model for management development, the educational intervention, aspects of...
Based on the book Japan′s Winning Margin – Management, Training and Education , co‐authored with Professor Takashi Kenjo and published by Oxford University Press in April 1994, argues that learning should be lifelong and worldwide. In particular, there are lessons from Japan, whose...
The most commonly used mechanism for evaluating training courses is the evaluation sheet. Although held in low esteem, it is used routinely throughout the public and private sectors to evaluate training courses. Describes a study of such sheets, followed by guidelines for improving their...
Describes how, in August 1989, the Engineering Industry Training Board (EITB) were commissioned by the Training Agency to evaluate the quality of open learning materials supplied to the industry. In parallel, the EITB entered into a collaborative research agreement with Aston University. A range...
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