Can America keep pace?

Gordon, Edward E.
June 2000
Employee Benefit News;Jun2000, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p39
Explains the dangers of electronic learning and why human resource executives should champion an integrated training strategy in the United States (U.S.). State of management in the U.S.; Forecasts on the U.S. economy; Error of corporations in their approach in training employees. INSET: Why so many online learners give up.


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