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Training In Organisations

Author : Mr John Talbot
ISBN : 9781409486596
Genre : Education
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For many organisations, training and development remain an aspiration rather than fundamental to their business, and the consequent investment is subject to reductions or reallocations when times get tough. Yet increasing pressures from business globalisation mean that organisations are absolutely dependent on the skills of their workforce if they are to remain competitive. John Talbot's Training in Organisations: A Cost-Benefit Analysis, provides the basis for measuring and analysing the cost and value associated with training. It looks both at manual skills and management training analysis to explore the various approaches for costing training, controlling those costs and applying value analyses to the investment that is being made. Also included is a series of international comparisons across a variety of industry sizes and types which provide organisations with an important benchmark for their own spending.

Cost Benefit Analysis Of Social Inclusion Programs At Western College

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ISBN : OCLC:936344899
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This report examines the economic value to the community of Dubbo, of courses run by Western College, a not-for-proft community-based registered training organisation in Dubbo, New South Wales. The social inclusion programs are evaluated, using cost benefit analysis, using the Links to Learning Program and the Partnering Education Program as examples. The programs are assessed as providing efficient use of funds through reduction in unemployment benefits; increased taxation revenue; and reduction in costs associated with the juvenile justice system, as well as supplying additional benefits, such as lower community costs associated with crime and the education and potential retention of health and social workers in regional areas. [p.5, ed]

Reinventing Training And Development

Author : Ronald R. Sims
ISBN : 1567201806
Genre : Business & Economics
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The T&D function is due for an overhaul. Organizational change specialist Sims shows why and how to do it.

Skills Of Management And Leadership

Author : W. David Rees
ISBN : 9781137325624
Genre : Business & Economics
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Skills of Management and Leadership is a concise introductory text focusing on the core skills of managing people in organisations. With a strong emphasis on people management, it addresses the needs of those in managerial and leadership roles, and identifies the skills needed to handle the growing range of managerial responsibilities such as prioritization, delegation, disciplinary and performance handling, and negotiation. Packed with real-life examples of management in practice, this text explores the key original concepts of the managerial escalator, the hybrid manager and the managerial gap. Key benefits: • Clearly and accessibly written • Lively case studies reveal the reality of management today • Filled with engaging learning features such as end of chapter questions and appendices to help readers with self-development This is the ideal introductory text for undergraduate and postgraduate management students.

Evaluating Training

Author : Peter Bramley
ISBN : 1843980304
Genre : Employees
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This second edition of Peter Bramely's popular and practical book shows you how to build evaluation into every stage of the training process from design to delivery. New material covers linking training to employee effectiveness and performing cost-benefit analysis. An entirely new chapter shows you how to collate and present your findings in order to change what needs changing and raise awareness of the value your training is delivering to the organisation.

Fresh Perspectives Human Resource Mangement Uj Custom Publication

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ISBN : 1770256067
Genre : Employee motivation
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The Skills Of Management

Author : W. David Rees
ISBN : 1861525508
Genre : Business & Economics
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Starting with the transition to a managerial role, this book deals with management skills. They are discussed alongside the key themes of time management and the need for identification of objectives and diagnosis of problems before action.

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