James R. Davis and Adelaide B. Davis present a comprehensive guide to seven major training strategies, along with underlying learning theories, and examples of how different companies have used these approaches. The book draws on conversations with trainers and the results of research on learning from diverse fields - including psychology, sociology, philosophy, and communications. Its easy organization allows you to quickly extract its major principles, which are highlighted in bold-faced summaries, bullet-pointed lists, numbered rules, and final chapter summaries outlining major conclusions. If you want more depth, you can read the capsule descriptions of companies that have used the approach featured in a chapter. getabstract recommends this excellent guide to academicians, training professionals, and any managers charged with training new or existing employees.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to supercharge learning in your organization;
- Why you must commit the entire company to learning; and
- Which seven training strategies you have at your disposition.
About the Authors
James R. Davis is a professor of higher education at the University of Denver. His books include Better Teaching, More Learning and Interdisciplinary Courses and Team Teaching. Adelaide B. Davis has served as a training analyst for COPASA, a public utilities company, and has taught human resource management.
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