Effective Training: Systems, Strategies, and Practices
Wydawnictwo: Prentice Hall
This book as the first put training into the larger context of an organization's overall objectives and strategy. The book also:
Presents a comprehensive model of the training process, guilding the reader step-by-step from initial needs analysis through the evaluation of a training program's effeciveness.
Shows the ralationship beetwen training and organizational change, and explores how the competencies of each discipline support the objective of the other.
Uses a contigency approach, suggesting alternative training methods and emphasizing that the best approach depends upon an organization's unique objectives and constraints.
Addresses the trainig needs of both large and small organizations, and provides practical exaples for each type of organizations
A case example introduces each chapter to motivate interests in the topic, and the example is referenced throughtout the chapter