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Designing and Managing a Training and Development Strategy By S. Mathews

Designing and Managing a Training and Development Strategy
by S. Mathews

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Development and training must be part of the core organisational strategy, closely linked to the business plan and continually assessed, reviewed and revised.
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Designing and Managing a Training and Development Strategy by S. Mathews

Development and training must be part of the core organisational strategy, closely linked to the business plan and continually assessed, reviewed and revised.

This report is a practical "tool box" approach to identifying both the individual and the organisation's training and development needs. It will help you correlate these needs into a cost-effective, outcome-driven, measurable Training Plan and outline how to implement that plan.

Contents include:

  • Analysing the development needs
  • From analysis into a plan
  • From plan into action
  • Troubleshooting
  • Ten essential actions

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Table of Contents


Foreword

About the author

1. An introduction

    • Staff development - why bother?
    • Staff development as a core corporate strategy
    • Training policy
    • The cost of ignorance and no training
    • Who to involve
    • What's the difference between training and development?
    • The objectives of this report

    2. Building up the development profile of an organisation

    • What sources?

    3. Analysing the development needs

    • Knowledge and skills vs. personal development
    • Workplace standards
    • Objectives and outcomes
    • Who is responsible?
    • Ongoing supervision
    • Appraisal schemes
    • Training needs analysis

    4. From analysis into a plan

    • What to include in a development plan
    • Development headings for inclusion into the plan
    • Evaluation measurement criteria
    • Timing/timetabling/synchronizing
    • Linking development opportunities with development requirements
    • Development costs
    • Development budgets
    • Keeping staff informed
    • Senior management involvement

    5. From a plan into action

    • From paper to people
    • Impact on the workplace
    • Maintaining the enthusiasm
    • Avoiding development overload
    • Reviewing overall objectives and performance measurement criteria
    • Training resources

    6. Troubleshooting - making sure everything works

    • An accountable person
    • A responsible person
    • Policies, procedures and processes
    • Development standards
    1. The 'hit list' of ten essential actions

    Appendix: Documentation for Ruddie Wilkinson Ltd staff appraisal scheme

    Bibliography

    Additional information

    GOR001404544
    Designing and Managing a Training and Development Strategy by S. Mathews
    S. Mathews
    Used - Very Good
    Paperback
    Pearson Education Limited
    1997-09-29
    124
    0273631993
    9780273631996
    N/A
    Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
    This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.