Training Strategies for Tomorrow: Volume 16 Issue 4

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Developing the weakest link in the Sainsbury’s chain

When UK retail giant Sainsbury’s recently announced that it would be reviewing the performance of at least 100 of its store managers, the debate on the effectiveness of…

Clients train trainers – shock!

Organizations now routinely seek to add value to their activities by buying in training programs that deliver learning or improve job performance. Effective training…

Bright future for Web‐based training

As businesses continue to seek less expensive and more effective ways to train employees, the use of online learning via the Internet would appear to offer great promise…

Getting the best of both worlds

For those organizations aware of the importance of achieving demanding business goals through improved human performance, the last decade has brought with it a plethora of…

Going solo: the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra’s self‐managed setup

As members of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra arrive for rehearsal you would not think anything out of the ordinary. The usual number of musicians are gathering, and there…

Employees “over the moon” with ISM

When one employee suggested that his organization’s annual all‐staff review day should be more fun, the head of communications, ever quick to spot an opportunity…

Lex Vehicle Leasing seeks to develop world‐class leaders

“Lex Vehicle Leasing, the UK’s leading contract‐hire company which manages more than 94,000 vehicles for many major companies, has achieved success by setting high…

Love me – love my norms

They say “nothing succeeds like success” but the old cliché contains another obvious truth: we all know success when we see it. Recent research by French social…

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1369-7234

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2002 – 2002

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Emerald Publishing Limited