Training Strategies for Tomorrow: Volume 16 Issue 6

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Adopting a cultured approach to training

The Chinese have a saying that “He who knows two cultures lives two lives”. It is an appropriate expression to recall as their country prepares for membership of the World…

Designs on better distance learning

Good training programs will encompass tried and trusted methods but they will also have to be responsive to change. Sometimes it is the very nature of change that calls…

Redesigning project management at Kimberly‐Clark Europe

Kimberly‐Clark is a leading manufacturer of packaged goods, such as Andrex, Kleenex and Huggies. In 1997 it was struggling to build market share in Europe, despite a…

Training leaders to cope with growth

Sage is a UK‐based company that has gone from being a regional company 20 years ago to being a global company in 2002. Part of the reason for its success has been the…

Learning to learn

In Spring this year Birmingham City Council in the UK became the latest winner of the British Telecom lifelong learning education awards. Aiming to assist one of society’s…

The growth of the corporate university

During the last decade the Corporate University (CU) idea as an important strategic development platform has taken a firm hold in the USA in particular and there are now…

Feedback, feedback everywhere … but how effective is the 360‐degree approach?

360‐degree feedback is no longer a novelty. It is fast becoming a popular training tool, particularly in relation to management development. Why? Because this form of…

ISSN:

1369-7234

Online date, start – end:

2002 – 2002

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited