Employer-provided training, one of the most important sources of investment in human capital, has been steadily rising in significance as the pace of global competition and technological innovation escalate. But, despite the increasingly strategic role of training, it has been difficult to gain a comprehensive view of the nature and magnitude of this corporate investment. This book summarizes in one concise source what is known about formal training provided by private sector employers within the United States. It is a must-own for any training, development, or human performance professional who wants to use the most current hard data on training when making critical business decisions. Included are an overview of basic training statistics, a look at who is getting what training, and examples of how technology is being utilized.
|Publisher:||American Society for Training & Development|
|Product dimensions:||87.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 5.00(d)|