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Intends to give training and development specialists (and those working in education) some understanding of the legal issues involved in their own profession. Provides an outline of key legislation and legal terminology (both British and international), together with a consideration of the legal...
Contemplates how important it is that managers should be competent and confident in handling numerical data and in the practice of accountancy. Considers the problems that many managers have with accounting and examines the dissonance which exists between the outcomes of business and hospitality...
Examines how value is created through the use of human resource development intervention in organizations. Begins by looking at the concept of quality within a training context, identifying key principles that need to underpin any quality learning model. Then goes on to show that evaluation is...
Looks beneath the surface of much of the rhetoric and “ought to be”s of organizational change ‐ a world of learners and change masters ‐ to a “real” perceived and experienced world where managers are struggling with ‐ what for them are ‐ the experienced traumas of change. This is a world where...
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