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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.

Fresh Perspectives Human Resource Management

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ISBN : 1868914178
Genre : Personnel management
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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.

Fresh Perspectives Industrial Psychology Stellenbosch Custom Publication

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ISBN : 1770255648
Genre : Psychology, Industrial
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Fresh Perspectives Human Resource Mangement Uj Custom Publication

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ISBN : 1770256067
Genre : Employee motivation
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Human Resource Development

Author : Margaret Anne Reid
ISBN : 1843980134
Genre : Employees
File Size : 23. 6 MB
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Acclaimed on publication as ‘the most comprehensive British analysis of training philosophies, approaches, methods and their underlying historical context currently available in print’, successive editions of Training Interventions have ensured ‘it remains a definitive text’ on training in the UK. For the seventh edition, the new co-authors have revised and updated the text to take account of the growing emphasis on interactive learning, online learning and other recent developments. The new edition also adopts a more accessible and student friendly approach, with case material, examples, activities and questions to aid student learning.

Training And Development M P M Part Ii Semester Iii

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ISBN : 9380064055
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Technology Based Training

Author : M Labinger
ISBN : 9781483191010
Genre : Business & Economics
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Technology-Based Training provides information pertinent to the importance and influence of technology in the field of training. This book emphasizes the commercial and industrial setting at the expense of public and state-provided educational system. Organized into two parts encompassing eight chapters, this book begins with an overview of off-the-shelf courseware and looks at the relationship between industry and its marketplace. This text then discusses the major advances in technology-based training and provides a balanced analysis of the development in technology-based training. Other chapters consider that the best way to assess the potential of computer-based training is to develop some courses, utilize them in the field, and evaluate their effectiveness. This book discusses as well the project management aspects of running a courseware development program. The final chapter deals with the surface activity in the dissemination of information regarding what to use, how to use it, and what to use it for. This book is a valuable resource for trainers and managers.

The Workplace Tutor Professional Training In The Modern Workplace

Author : Patrick Coughlan
ISBN : 9781326763008
Genre : Education
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The Workplace Tutor: Professional Training In the Modern Workplace by Patrick Coughlan is designed for anyone who has to deliver training in the modern workplace. The workplace could be a commercial business, a government agency or a community organisation. The Tutor could be someone who is employed in the Training Department of the organisation or a skilled employee who is required to deliver training in his or her skills or an employee of a training company contracted to deliver training within the workplace. It is a practical book referring to theory only where necessary, but placing the role of training within the historical developments that have taken place over the last 300 years.

Requirements Engineering

Author : Hubert F. Hofmann
ISBN : 9783663079651
Genre : Business & Economics
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Hubert F. Hofmann reviews five RE processes that prescribe the timing and frequency of RE activities throughout the software process. He classifies prevalent RE methods and compiles best practices to help stakeholders identify when to use which RE methods.

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