Better, quicker, cheaper: training for the new world

McDonagh-Smith, Paul
November 2008
Training & Coaching Today;Nov/Dec2008, p16
Trade Publication
The author argues that business enterprises should adapt learning strategies to contemporary technologies. According to the author, the common denominator for organizations today is non-linear change. To meet this change, companies and employees need to be more adaptable. Adaptability will be achieved by knowing what we need to know, and learning and applying it more effectively and quickly.


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