- Author:James Thacker,P. Nick Blanchard
- Publisher:Prentice Hall; 4 edition (June 29, 2009)
- Pages:504 pages
- Subcategory:Management & Leadership
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Training is used extensively to help employee understand how they can assist in meeting cooperative objectives. An effective training system begins with the identification of the organization’s training needs. Training goals and roles. 4. A business must interact with its environment and thus it is an open system. Open systems have dynamic relationship with their environment, but closed system do not interact with their environment. Inputs from the environment keeps the system active. These need will create a performance gap (AOP is less than EOP). Performance gap can be current or future oriented.
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P. Nick Blanchard, Eastern Michigan University. P. James Thacker, University of Windsor. Effective Training: Systems, Strategies and Practices discusses the training process within an overarching framework that shows readers how training activities meet organizational needs that are both strategic and tactical in nature.
This practical, reader-friendly book discusses training and how it relates to business objectives and strategies.
James W. Thacker is Professor Emeritus at the Odette Schoolof Business, University of Windsor.
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Principles of Instructional Design (4th e. Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace.
PEARSON Prentiee Hall Pearson Education International. 2 Gagne-Briggs 198 Chapter 5 Training Design Theory The Gagne-Briggs theory of instructional design,92 discussed in Chapter 3, is applicable to cognitive, behavioral, and attitudinallearning. Principles of Instructional Design (4th e.
Effective Training: Systems, Strategies and Practices discusses the training process within an overarching framework that showsreaders how training activities meet organizational needs that are both strategic and tactical in nature.
KEY TOPICS: Training in Organizations; Aligning Training with Strategy; Learning, Motivation, and Performance; Needs Analysis; Training Design; Traditional Training Methods; Computer-Based Training Methods; Development and Implementation of Training; Evaluation of Training; Key Areas of Organizational Training; Employee and Management Development
MARKET: For readers looking for seamless integration of theory with effective and practical training applications.