The Training and Development Sourcebook
Included are 50 of the most important articles written by leading practitioners in the training field. Also includes over 50 fully reproducible training tools and instruments that will save you valuable time in new program development and delivery
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Varieties of Managerial Learning by Gib Akin
Designing and Managing ComputerBased Training for Human Resource
Revolution or Fad? by Richard J Wagner Timothy T Baldwin
Measures for Mentors by Adrianne H Geiger
CEO Disease by John A Byrne William C Symonds and Julia Flynn Silver
The Chief Executives in Year 2000 Will
Leadership and Organizational Change
Management Development Versus Selection
K Developing and Changing Entire Organizations By Changing Their
Designing Programs to Train Functional Illiterates for New Technology
Seven Myths by Rick A Lester and Donald W Caudill
Stemming the Exodus of Women Managers by Benson Rosen Mabel Miguel
Video Is Popular Teacher at Small Firms by Roger Ricklefs
Enhancing HRD With Contract Learning by Malcolm S Knowles
Proving the Value of Training by Jac Fitzenz
A HabitForming Evaluation Technique by Judith M ODonnell
Great Leaps In Career Development by Morgan W McCall Jr
A Managers Guide by Ellen W Hesterman
What to Do About Career Gridlock by Zandy B Leibowitz Beverly L Kaye
Personal Renewal by John W Gardner
Barth and Peter H Henderson
The Career Development Program at DuPonts Pioneering Research Laboratory
A Staging Ground for Corporate Revolution by Noel M Tichy
The KnowledgeCreating Company by Ikujiro Nonaka
The Wizards of Buick City by Brian S Moskal
Navistar International Corporation by Chet Borucki
How Syntex Developed a Template for Better Leadership by Anthony J Fairhead
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الصفحة 384 - People are born with intrinsic motivation, self-esteem, dignity, curiosity to learn, joy in learning. The forces of destruction begin with toddlers - a prize for the best Hallowe'en costume, grades in school, gold stars, and on up through the university. On the job, people, teams, divisions are ranked - reward for the one at the top, punishment at the bottom. MBO, quotas, incentive pay, business plans, put together separately, division by division, cause further loss, unknown and unknowable.
الصفحة 258 - I will say: It is to wage war, by sea, land, and air, with all our might and with all the strength that God can give...
الصفحة 439 - When markets shift, technologies proliferate, competitors multiply, and products become obsolete almost overnight, successful companies are those that consistently create new knowledge, disseminate it widely throughout the organization, and quickly embody it in new technologies and products. These activities define the "knowledge-creating" company, whose sole business is continuous innovation .
الصفحة 495 - HRD is the integrated use of training and development, organization development, and career development to improve individual, group, and organizational effectiveness.
الصفحة 78 - It ain't what you do, it's the way that you do it, that's what gets results.
الصفحة 377 - ... on the ground'. The following extract is an example: (M)aking continual learning a way of organizational life . . . can only be achieved by breaking with the traditional authoritarian, command and control hierarchy where the top thinks and the local acts, to merge thinking and acting at all levels.
الصفحة 96 - The evidence so far available suggests that extreme environments may be described as abundant or deprived for the development of intelligence in terms of the opportunities for learning verbal and language behavior, opportunities for direct as well as vicarious experience with a complex world, encouragement of problem solving and independent thinking, and the types of expectations and motivations for intellectual growth.