Those of us who are advocates of change are now very much at the receiving end as far as the training scene is concerned. Against all the rules of good change management however, there is a noticeable absence of direction and we are left in a period of uncertainty and confusion. Most of the ITBs are on their way out and the MSC is promoting a New Training Initiative which may well prove useful in providing certain key skills in the future but is unlikely to make a significant impact in tackling urgently the national disease of poor business productivity. As a result, the ball is now firmly back in the hands of management. For those who are brave enough to take up the cudgels, there is a golden opportunity to bring a new sense of purpose to training.
RUSSELL, J. and PROCTOR, F. (1982), "Training For Business Productivity: The need for Stimulus & Support", Industrial and Commercial Training, Vol. 14 No. 6, pp. 198-200. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb003890Download as .RIS
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