Summary of Training on Trial
How Workplace Learning Must Reinvent Itself to Remain Relevant
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Defend your corporate training in terms of the company bottom line.
Donald Kirkpatrick introduced his four-level Kirkpatrick Model for training evaluation in 1959, and it became a training industry standard. Here, his son and daughter-in-law, Jim D. Kirkpatrick and Wendy Kayser Kirkpatrick, discuss the next step – the Kirkpatrick Business Partnership Model, a seven-part program that training professionals can implement to align their training programs with their company’s business objectives. getAbstract recommends this easy-to-read book to training managers, HR officers, instructional designers and related professionals.
In this summary, you will learn
- What the Kirkpatrick Model for training evaluation entails
- How the Kirkpatrick Business Partnership Model works
- How to apply these models
- How to demonstrate the business value of training persuasively by using a courtroom metaphor
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