Competency-Based Training Evaluation

Moore, Elizabeth Randall
November 1984
Training & Development Journal;Nov84, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p92
Studies the impact of training programs on employee job performance. Guidelines for evaluating training programs in terms of behavioral changes; Development of competency profile for office employees; Importance of competency profile in the execution of the research.


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