- What do we need to know about a group before designing training for it? Bellman, Geoffrey M. // Training & Development Journal;Sep84, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p16
Focuses on the process of designing a training program. Group assessment methods; Customization of training; Application and evaluation of training programs.
- Trainers, Take Your Own Advice. Cummings, David L. // Training & Development Journal;Sep84, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p42
Discusses the skill required of trainers for creating a sound training program. Planning; Organizing; Directing; Controlling; Computer skills.
- Industrial Operator Training: Harvesting Content. Conger, George W. // Training & Development Journal;Sep84, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p60
Focuses on the development of training programs for industrial operators. Tasks and responsibilities of the operators; Operators' lack of knowledge about the larger process of producing and marketing a manual; Product information needed by industrial operators.
- Research Capsules. // Training & Development Journal;Apr87, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p82
Presents information on various researches conducted on employee training. Determination of the support of top management to various types of training methods; Examination of the feasibility of integrating employer-specific education-for-work capabilities into public service vocational...
- An Uneasy Look at Behavior Modeling. Parry, Scott B.; Reich, Leah R. // Training & Development Journal;Mar1984, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p57
Examines the advantages and limitations of behavior modeling, a widely used training technique. Details of the technique; Simplistic nature of the model; Lack of sound theories to support the models.
- Eek, eek! Woodruff // Training & Development;Sep99, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p14
Presents news briefs on training and development as of September 1999. Factors that can make an employee feel as an outsider in an organization; Entertainment programs for children while parents attend workshops; Number of times people change jobs. INSET: News flash..
- issues. // Training & Development Journal;Feb83, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p6
Comments on papers published in the 'Training and Development Journal.' Behavioral approach in developing and effective disciplinary procedure; Evaluation of a communications training program; Cognitive approach to culturally appropriate human resources development program.
- Is Training an Ivory Tower? Cureton, Judy; Cureton, Bob // Training & Development Journal;Feb83, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p88
Focuses on the challenges faced by training professionals. Development of a training program; Implementation of the program; Assessment of results.
- Dynamic Subordinancy. Crockett, William J. // Training & Development Journal;May81, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p155
Focuses on the training of dynamic subordinates. Overlapping areas of ways of looking at followership role; Mapping of strategies for making the subordinate role more fulfilling; Importance of knowing the job, knowing how to do the job and doing the job.