A comprehensive book from Dr R K Sahu, a passionate Corporate Trainer for all those who have passion for Training.A complete guide for Trainers, HR Professionals & Consultants, Professors of Human Resource Development & Management Students, Training Managers and all individuals who aspire to make a career as a Trainer or in Managing Training Function.A practical treatise covering all facets of Training including:v Managing Training Functionv Training Needs Identificationv Aligning training with organizational goalsv Designing Training Programmev Training Methodologiesv Delivery of Trainingv Measuring Impact of TrainingA masterpiece detailing all finer elements of Training with a practical approach.
"The book will provide both thought-provoking questions and stimulating answers to the key factors in HR development today." IT Training Human Resource Development is the ideal handbook for all professional trainers and provides core information needed by all professional students of this subject. This new second edition has been fully updated and revised, with the inclusion of three new chapters making this the most topical book in this field: *Design, Development and Application of E-learning; *Knowledge Management & Transfer; *Human & Intellectual Capital. Clearly structured with detailed sections covering each aspect of the training cycle, the book also includes sections on: *The Role of Learning Training and Development in Organisations *Learning and Competitive Strategy * The Identification of Learning, Training and Development Needs * The Planning and Designing of Learning, Training and Development *Delivering Learning, Training and Development *Assessment and Evaluation of Learning, Training and development *Managing the Human Resource Development Function Co-ordinated and edited by Dr John P. Wilson, individual contributors include Professor Geoff Chivers, Professor of Continuing Education, Sheffield University, Joan Keogh OBE and Colin Beard both senior lecturers, Sheffield Hallam University, Alan Cattall, University of Bradford plus many more leading academics in the field of Human Resource Development.
This celebrated book, newly revised and updated, is a comprehensive treatment of organizational training and development: its basic ideas, organizational goals, and practical techniques. Dugan Laird, noted trainer, consultant, and author, shares his considerable experience in the whole field of human resource development and job-related training. The key to this book's ongoing popularity is its practicality: Laird's concern with the real-life problems and needs of T&D professionals. When and how should training be used, and what methods and techniques have worked and will work? The author's answers are supplemented by simple-to-follow process charts that outline each step of an effective training system. For this Second Edition, Laird has added material on new training technologies such as video and computer assisted instruction, explaining how and when they should be used to supplement traditional instructional techniques. How do you find training needs? What do you do when you don't give training? Learning objectives: who needs them? How do people learn? How important is teaching technique?
This new edition of the leading text on employee development offers a strong strategic perspective on the subject area. It has been designed specifically to cater for the CIPD Professional Standards for the Learning and Development module, as well as for Learning and Development or Employee Development modules on HRM and business degree programmes. Written by the CIPD Chief Examiner for Learning and Development, the text offers comprehensive and balanced theory and practice for CIPD and non-CIPD students alike.
We are excited to present the seventh edition of Employee Training and Development. This revised edition maintains a balance between research and real company practices with its lively writing style and most up-to-date developments. It provides readers with a solid background in the fundamentals of training and developments such as needs assessment, transfer of training, learning environment design, methods, evaluation Salient Features: - New! In-text examples and chapter openers feature companies from all industries, including service, manufacturing, retail, and non-profit organization - New! Latest research findings and best company practices each chapter like flipped classroom, adaptive training, big data and workforce analytics, learning management systems, etc. - New! Cases given in the book provides issues related training and development faced by actual companies - Coverage on use of technologies for training delivery, such as online learning, social media, mobile learning, gamification, and virtual worlds
The book contains a unique and refreshingly new perspective on education, training and development (ETD) practices in the 21st century workplace context. It moves away from merely revamping known and traditional principles of ETD to providing the reader and student with practical tools and new perspectives on the changing and broadening role of the ETD practitioner in the workplace. It contains new and transformative models, practical applications and guidelines for students and readers on the South African outcomes-based approach to ETD, the profession and practice of ETD, including quality assurance aspects.
Offers a conceptual framework and a compendium of techniques, practical guide-lines and tips for managers in both the public and private sectors and those involved in the management of large and small enterprises, management centres and institutes.
This text puts forward the argument that higher education must develop better and more consistent practices with regards to the evaluation of training and development. Most evaluations are valueless unless they start by clarifying the puropse they are intended to serve, and this usually means clarifying whose puropses are being served. This text provides a guide to best practices and uses examples and case studies from both the UK and abroad to show the benefits that can be gained from using evaluation effectively.
A strong ethics training program is no longer an afterthought for organizations. Strong ethical standards have become a business survival imperative. This issue provides a model for understanding ethics, as well as practical ways to raise ethics awareness in your organization. It provides baseline information and tools to make ethics development part of professional development plans for all areas of practice in your organization. A case study is provided to encourage discussion, along with a seven-step process to help you filter discussions and make the right ethical choices.