Creating, Implementing, and Managing Effective Training and Development: State-of-the-Art Lessons for Practice

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Creating,
Implementing,
and Managing
Effective Training
and Development

State-of-the-Art Lessons
for Practice

Kurt Kraiger Editor Foreword by Eduardo Salas

JOSSEY-BASS A Wiley Company www.josseybass.com

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  • The Professional Practice Series *
  • Title Page *
  • Contents xi
  • Foreword xiii
  • Preface xv
  • References xxix
  • The Authors xxxi
  • Part 1 - Designing and Positioning Training and Development 1
  • Chapter 1 - How the Best Training Professionals Keep Up 3
  • Chapter 2 - A Strategic View of Organizational Training and Learning 10
  • Reference 49
  • Chapter 3 - Principles of Training Effectiveness 53
  • References 76
  • Chapter 4 - Why, When, and How to Use Cognitive Task Analysis 80
  • References 114
  • Part 2 - Innovations in Training and Development Methods 115
  • Chapter 5 - Training for a Diverse Workplace 117
  • References 152
  • Chapter 6 - Coaching and Mentoring Programs 160
  • Notes 189
  • References 190
  • Chapter 7 - Building an Infrastructure for Active Learning 192
  • References 227
  • Chapter 8 - Tips and Guidelines 234
  • References 257
  • Part 3 - Evaluating and Institutionalizing Training 261
  • Chapter 9 - Planning, Managing, and Optimizing Transfer of Training 263
  • References 297
  • Chapter 10 - Creating and Maintaining the Learning Organization 302
  • References 329
  • Chapter 11 - Decision-Based Evaluation 331
  • References 373
  • Name Index 377
  • Subject Index 389
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