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Magazine article Training & Development

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India: Desperately Seeking Suppliers

It felt very good reading Stacey Wagner's article, "Oh, Calcutta!" in the August 1999 issue. She touched on many facets of training and development--and rightfully so. There are tremendous opportunities for global training vendors in this part of the world.

Having worked in the field for the last four years, I have encountered training suppliers who still don't understand the need to align training to business requirements. Employers are still nominating people for training programs as an incentive. That is also because training vendors and trainers have laid very little emphasis on training needs [analysis], training outcomes (beyond reaction levels), and so on.

Thank you for this article, which will also help mature training organizations around the world enter the Indian market with their validated training methodology.

Vikram Bector

Canon India

New Delhi, India

vikram@canon-in.com

Provincial Plaudits

After reading the article on New Brunswick in the October issue, I had to write and tell you that I thought [Jennifer Salopek] did an absolutely wonderful job. I have read many articles on our province, but none like yours that captured the essence of what we have tried to accomplish.

After being known as a "have-not" province for so long, your article portrays us in such a positive way. On behalf of all New Brunswickers, I just want to say a heartfelt thank you.

The Honorable Frank J. McKenna

Former Premier,

Province of New Brunswick

Moncton, New Brunswick

Canada

Thanks for the lowdown on New Brunswick. I knew interesting things were happening in the land of lobster. …

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