Managing the Training Function: Using Instructional Technology and Systems Concepts

Managing the Training Function: Using Instructional Technology and Systems Concepts

Routledge | English | 2017 | ISBN-10: 041578879X | 184 Pages | PDF | 162.95 mb
by Christopher Gane (Author)

The effective development of human resources within the organisation is one of the most powerful contributions to the long-term growth and survival of the enterprise. This systematic and practical approach to training principles and practice, first published in 1972, provides a unifying framework as a guide to problem solving and action by executives. This step-by-step account, illustrated by case histories, shows how to apply the principles to analysing and solving varied training problems within organisations. This title will be of interest to managers, executives, and students of business studies and human resource management.

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