Problem‐oriented training (POT) requires considerable skill from a trainer with wide experience in identifying the optimum training approaches for resolving management issues and the ability to convince managers throughout the organisation that improvement and change are feasible. It draws on the collective goodwill and enthusiasm that a competent trainer can generate. Examples of the use of POT in telecommunications, a government agency and by an aerospace contractor are given.
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