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Demystifying Technical Training: Partnership, Strategy, and Execution Wendy Combs

Demystifying Technical Training: Partnership, Strategy, and Execution

Wendy Combs

Published July 1st 2010
ISBN : 9780470634547
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288 pages
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Praise for Demystifying Technical Training Demystifying Technical Training is a must-read for CLOs, managers of training, instructors, and instructional designers. Allwho read it will gain critical insights into how to lower the costand improveMorePraise for Demystifying Technical Training Demystifying Technical Training is a must-read for CLOs, managers of training, instructors, and instructional designers. Allwho read it will gain critical insights into how to lower the costand improve the efficiency and effectiveness of learning.--Wm. Douglas Harward, CEO and founder of TrainingIndustry, Inc.Individuals interested in and accountable for derivingsignificant value from technical training investments will gaingreat benefit from reading this book and applying itswisdom.--Karen Kocher, CLO at Cigna HealthcareDemystifying Technical Training is an essential, complete guide for any learning organization. The overviews andconcepts are clearly stated, while the case studies and sidebarsprovide practical examples you can apply in your situation.--Jean Barbazette, president of The Training Clinic andauthor of Managing the Training Function for Bottom-LineResultsConsidering the cost of acquiring and developing talent, whywouldnt all CEO/COOs insist on investing in people to improveresults and reduce risk? This book demystifies the process ofdeveloping technical experts to increase the return on investmentin human capital. Bravo!--Martin J. Menard, former group CIO at IntelCorporationTechnical training is a key to sustaining competitiveness inthe new economy. Learn how to leverage and optimize its value inyour organization through this wonderfully insightful and practicalresource.--Dr. Arthur L. Jue, director of global organizationand talent development at Oracle and co-author of Social Mediaat Work: How Networking Tools Propel OrganizationalPerformanceDont be misled by the title--this book--whilefocusing on the often segmented world of domain specific jobskills--provides guidance valid for the full spectrum ofworkforce learning from soft-skills to technical skills.--Ruth Clark, principal and president of Clark Training& Consulting and author of e-Learning and the Science ofInstruction