- Are We in a Bull Market for Training? Kimmerling, George F. // Training & Development;Aug91, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p26
Focuses on the prospects of corporate trainers in the United States. Effects of economy on employees training; External providers of training. INSETS: Riding Out the Recession: The Corporate Side;Tips for Tough Times.
- People are not the problem. Blanchard, Ken // Executive Excellence;Mar1998, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p4
Discusses the importance of management training. Need for managers and trainers to follow up their training as they did organizing and presenting the training; Problems associated with the structure, system and strategies of a corporation; Factors that affect performance problems.
- Courses round-up. // People Management;10/19/95, Vol. 1 Issue 21, p57
Presents various training courses regarding personnel and business management in business industries of Great Britain. Advanced techniques for team development from Euroforum; Course on presentation styles by Cilntec; Training management course from Intech.
- THE BEST METHOD TO TRAIN MANAGERS... Kondrasuk, Jack // Training & Development Journal;Aug79, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p46
Compares the effectiveness of on-the-job and off-the-job management training. Management by objectives; Establishment of environment conducive to good coaching.
- Impact-Directed Training. King, William M.; Roth, Robert A. // Training & Development Journal;Nov81, Vol. 35 Issue 11, p61
Focuses on impact-directed training of employees. Role of trainers in their environment; Role of corporate manager.
- Industrial Training In Japan. Porter, Pockne; Kalish, Richard A. // Training Directors Journal / ASTD;Feb65, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p14
Looks at the status of industrial training in Japan as of 1965. History of industrial training in Japan; Training function; Training philosophy.
- Managing in the new millennium. Buhler, Patricia M. // Supervision;Oct2001, Vol. 62 Issue 10, p13
Discusses the significance of workforce development for business executives. Training and development of the current workforce; Advantage of computer-based training; Responsibility of managers in the development of the future workforce.
- The female profession. Caudron, Shari // Training & Development;May99, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p54
Reports on the growing number of women in the field of employee training. Implication of the trend on the status of professional women; Use of human resources as firms' competitive advantage; Tips on how women can advance their careers. INSET: The gender shift.
- Supervisory Management Development: Update from an Expert. Kirkpatrick, Donald L. // Training & Development Journal;Aug88, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p59
Reports on the trends in supervisory and management development. Design and maintenance of environment for effective and efficient use of resources; Attendance at conferences and seminars; On-the-job coaching approach.
- Involving Managers in Training Evaluation. Coffman, Linn // Training & Development Journal;Jun90, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p77
Presents steps for managers' evaluation of employee training programs. Training impact assessment; Participation of clients in the training evaluation; Positive results of training.