Training and Development Yearbook: 1999 Edition / Edition 1

Training and Development Yearbook: 1999 Edition / Edition 1

by Carolyn Nilson
     
 

ISBN-10: 0130814350

ISBN-13: 9780130814357

Pub. Date: 12/28/1998

Publisher: Aspen Publishers, Inc.

This comprehensive guide to current training literature and resources is now in its sixth edition. It features the best full-length articles from leading publications plus abstracts of hundreds of other articles, all thoroughly indexed for easy retrieval and use. 562 pp. Pub: 1/98.

Overview

This comprehensive guide to current training literature and resources is now in its sixth edition. It features the best full-length articles from leading publications plus abstracts of hundreds of other articles, all thoroughly indexed for easy retrieval and use. 562 pp. Pub: 1/98.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780130814357
Publisher:
Aspen Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
12/28/1998
Series:
Training and Development Yearbook Ser.
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
562
Product dimensions:
8.67(w) x 11.18(h) x 1.98(d)

Table of Contents

SECTION 1 TRAINING MANAGEMENT 1.1
A. Knowledge Management
1.5(53)
Advice on Your Mission for a New Title: CKO, CLO
1.5(7)
The Human Ability to Make Decisions
1.12(1)
Mining Your Employees' Knowledge Resources
1.13(6)
Sorting Out Personal Versus Corporate Knowledge Resources
1.19(6)
What's New in Traditional Training Management Software
1.25(3)
Teamware
1.28(2)
Systems for Creating, Sharing, and Using Knowledge: 8 Experience-Based Factors
1.30(15)
Small Business Guide to Knowledge Management through The Internet
1.45(8)
Intranet for Knowledge Management: How To Do It Right
1.53(5)
B. Performance and Participation
1.58(38)
Trends: ASTD's National Executive Survey
1.58(3)
Training As a Corporate Player
1.61(4)
The Results Link Between Training and Performance
1.65(2)
Not for Managers Only: Check Out This Primer on Performance
1.67(1)
65 Managers Tell Key Factors in Managing Change
1.68(1)
Employee Participation That Works
1.69(5)
The Importance of Putting People First
1.74(2)
Employees Manage Their Own Careers at Unisys
1.76(3)
An Academic Take on Learning versus Performance
1.79(11)
TRAINING Magazine's 1998 Industry Report
1.90(6)
C. Outsourcing, Contingent Workers, Alliances
1.96
Training Management's Challenges in Contingent Work
1.96(1)
Outsourcing Training Management
1.97(1)
The Payoff of Training for Contingent Workers
1.98(4)
How Training Is Provided in Small Companies
1.102(4)
Business-Education Connections
1.106
SECTION 2 NEEDS OF LEARNERS 2.1
A. Learners and the Law
2.5(16)
Training Itself as a Legal Issue
2.5(5)
Wage Gap Perspectives Within a Booming Economy
2.10(2)
Keeping E-Mail Out of Court
2.12(1)
Ethics Programs and Compliance
2.13(3)
Evan Brown's Intellectual Capital
2.16(2)
Immigration and Labor Markets
2.18(1)
Dealing with Gun Violence
2.19(2)
B. EEOC's New Questions and Answers
2.21(21)
U.S. Supreme Court and Sexual Harassment: Who Is Responsible Now?
2.21(2)
Updates in Welfare Reform
2.23(2)
Welfare Work Strategies
2.25(10)
Discrimination and Temporary Workers
2.35(3)
Fortune's Top 50 Diversity-Savvy Companies
2.38(1)
Training Issues in Age Discrimination
2.39(1)
Is Ally McBeal Everywoman?
2.40(2)
C. Needs of Managers
2.42(23)
Gen X Raises the Bar
2.42(11)
Union Struggles
2.53(1)
Computer Illiteracy in the Corner Office
2.54(1)
Teamwork and Productivity: Did Levi's Management Get It Wrong?
2.55(1)
Training's Role Suggested by New Work Spaces
2.56(7)
How To Train Telecommuters, According to Merrill Lynch
2.63(2)
D. Needs of Technical and Skilled Workers
2.65(20)
5 Myths About Labor and Skills
2.65(1)
Skill Training to Keep Employee's Skills Under Your Roof
2.66(4)
Hartford Hospital's Self-Directed Technical Learners
2.70(2)
Training Issues in Visa Quotas
2.72(1)
A New Manufacturing Skill Standards Group
2.73(2)
What Kind of Thinking Skills Do We Need for Cyberspace?
2.75(10)
E. Needs of Learners Across Cultures
2.85
Training to Live Overseas
2.85(6)
Choosing the Right Language Program
2.91(3)
How to Share Information Across Cultures
2.94(5)
Schooling Trends in Foreign University Students
2.99(1)
California's Experiment with Bilingual Education
2.100
SECTION 3 TRAINING PROGRAM DESIGN 3.1
A. Learning for the Real World
3.5(15)
Workplace Stress and Getting Beyond It
3.5(2)
Learning Designs for Self-Discipline
3.7(8)
From Techie to EVP: The Training of Netscape's Main Visionary
3.15(1)
Designs for Learning from Case Study
3.16(2)
Problem Solving as Core Competency
3.18(2)
B. Multimedia Design Issues
3.20(18)
Bank of Montreal's Intranet Training--Plus!
3.20(2)
The Concept of "Media for Learning"
3.22(11)
The Many Dimensions of Storytelling
3.33(1)
General Electric Information Services (GEIS): On-Demand and Online Multimedia
3.34(4)
C. New Program Designs
3.38(18)
New Ideas in Employee Orientation
3.38(7)
Language Training's Fast Track to Global Competitiveness
3.45(1)
Training for On-the-Job Trainers
3.46(6)
Taking Another Look at Re-Training
3.52(1)
OARC's Answers: 20 Days Is Not Enough
3.53(1)
University of Massachusetts's "Women-Friendly Pedagogies"
3.54(2)
D. Web-Based Training Design
3.56
A Design Model for Conversion from Classroom to Web
3.56(7)
Linear Language Versus Hypertext: 12 Design Tips
3.63(2)
7 New Authoring Tools for Online Classrooms
3.65(3)
4 Steps and 21 New Resources for Development of Online Learning
3.68(8)
A User's Review of HTML "How To"
3.76(2)
How Much Is Enough? or, Is This Training?
3.78
SECTION 4 TRAINING PROGRAM DELIVERY 4.1
A. Training Delivery Online
4.5(29)
GTE's Electronic Route After Merger and Reengineering
4.5(1)
Distance Learning 101
4.6(5)
Comparison of 4 Distance Learning Software Products
4.11(3)
A Professor's 24 Lessons on Distance Education
4.14(4)
A Case for the Human Side of Distance Learning
4.18(6)
Everytrainer's "Cheat Sheet" on EPSS
4.24(3)
The Web Based Training Team
4.27(1)
WBT for Vendor Certification?
4.28(6)
B. Creative Classrooms
4.34(16)
Disney's Winning Formula for Handling Groups
4.34(6)
The President's Facilitated Dialogue on Race
4.40(1)
Remember What You Learned about Adult Learners? Revisiting Some Dos and Don'ts
4.41(7)
Growth and Change in Corporate Universities
4.48(1)
Reinvention of the MBA
4.49(1)
C. Delivery Choice: The Big Picture
4.50(11)
Minding What You Measure in Training Delivery
4.50(7)
More Talking as a Learning Strategy at Siemens
4.57(1)
How About a Learning Tune-Up?
4.58(3)
D. Mentoring, Internships, and Coaching
4.61
New Looks for Mentoring Due to Diversity Issues
4.61(5)
Proctor & Gamble's "Mentor Up" Program Wins Catalyst Award
4.66(1)
The Year of the Intern
4.67(2)
Coaching's Many Facets
4.69
SECTION 5 EVALUATION OF TRAINING 5.1
A. Performance Evaluation
5.5(25)
How to Measure Training's Contributions to Business Goals
5.5(6)
Raising the Performance Bar
5.11(5)
General Motors' Productivity Improvement Evaluation Study
5.16(5)
What to Do First in 360 Degree Feedback for Improved Performance
5.21(5)
Pros and Cons about Using 360 Degree Feedback for Performance Appraisal
5.26(3)
360 Degree Feedback in Evaluating Learning Cultures-and Other Things You Might Not Have Thought Of
5.29(1)
B. Dollars and Sense
5.30(17)
A View of Training in Wall Street Terms
5.30(3)
Figure "Green Dollars" and "Blue Dollars" in EPSS Valuation
5.33(5)
Benchmarks of Specificity: ISO's Z1.11 Zeroes in with Standards for all Aspects of Training
5.38(6)
Impact on Financial Performance Is Still Executives' #1 Concern
5.44(3)
C. Program Evaluation
5.47
10 Questions to Ask in Evaluating Teams
5.47(4)
Evaluation of American Students and Teachers Sounds an Alarm
5.51(2)
New Values at Manufacturer Franklin International
5.53(5)
Reengineering FBI Training to Guarantee Instructional Integrity
5.58(10)
Project Standards from the School of Hard Knocks
5.68(1)
Standards for the Learning Paradigm
5.69
SECTION 6 THE TRAINER'S ALMANAC 6.1.1
6.1 Professional Organizations
6.1.3
6.2 Training Conferences
6.2.1
6.3 Worldwide Conference Centers
6.3.1
6.4 Training for Trainers
6.4.1
6.5 Non-Profit Organizations
6.5.1
6.6 Training Research and Reference Sources
6.6.1
6.7 Training Journals, Magazines, and Newsletters
6.7.1
6.8 Ratings of Training Websites
6.8.1
SECTION 7 INDEX 7.1

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