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What Makes a Great Training Organization? A Handbook of Best Practices

ISBN-10: 013349196X

ISBN-13: 9780133491968

Edition: 2014

Authors: Doug Harward, Ken Taylor, Russ Hall

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All learning leaders want their organizations to be perceived as great, but what makes a “great” training organization?  How does a training organization achieve greatness, particularly from the perspective of the corporation, the learners, and any customers, clients and partners that interact with it? This book presents findings that are based on the data, information, and experiences shared with Training Industry, Inc. by several hundred learning professionals over a five year span, from 2008 to 2012. It identified 8 process capabilities, which have been identified as the key functions in the design, delivery and management of corporate workforce training. Each section of the book focuses on the process capabilities in detail. In addition, individual practices are explained further, noting specific procedures or scenarios and how they are best executed, all supported by best practices and comments from learning leaders.
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Book details

List price: $49.99
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 3/21/2014
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 192
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Ken Taylor lives in North Carolina. He is the author of the chapbook, "first the trees, now this" (Three Count Pour, 2013). His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Hambone, VOLT, The Offending Adam, Blackbird, 3:AM Magazine, Berfrois, Litmus Magazine, elimae, MiPOesias, Carolina Quarterly, Cloud Rodeo, Birds of Lace, Southword, Posit, ARDOR, can can, Gigantic Sequins, So and So, InDigest and others.

Noam Kostucki is a professional speaker, coach and consultant on communication, strategy and innovation. He believes that everything can be turned into an art form, whether be public speaking, building a brand or running a business. Over the last decade, he has engaged with over 20,000 people in 12 countries. He worked with multinational clients like HP and Tata Consultancy Services. He has made over 45 media appearances, gave two TED Talks and received the UK Business Speaker of the Year 2011 runner up award. He has spoken at over 80 international conferences and at institutions like Harvard University Yale University, the London School of Economics and executive networks. He has written three books: the first on personal branding, the second on how perception and beliefs affect important business decisions and the third on how to find the best mentors and keep them is due mid-2014. Find more on www.about.me/noamkos