Top ten learning classics

Labrow, Peter
October 2003
IT Training;Oct2003, p54
Trade Publication
When it comes to learning-development books, especially, passions run high, as training professionals all have their own favourites. When you consider the many aspects of training there are many hundreds, if not thousands, of books in print. In such a saturated field, it's inevitable that many of these books are adequate at best. The article focuses on top ten electronic books. Each is valued enthusiastically by trainers, coaches, authors, consultants, developers, managers, directors and, yes, even salespeople in training departments and training companies of all sizes.


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