The aim of this book is to provide a game plan for actively bolstering the skills and knowledge needed to achieve business goals. Focusing on how knowledge is gained and shared throughout a knowledge network, the book explores how to create a positive learning environment that promotes the constant building and sharing of new information and new skills. New approaches to employee learning are outlined, which link training and development with job-related, bottom-line driven activities. The book uses real-world experiences and examples of companies that have put these ideas into practice.
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DANIEL R. TOBIN, Ph.D. (Framingham, MA) is an independent consultant on corporate learning strategies and an adjunct professor in the graduate management program at Emmanuel College. He is the author of Re-Educating the Corporation and Transformational Learning.From Library Journal:
Tobin does a good job of applying the concepts of knowledge management and intellectual capital to employee training and development practices. A chapter on building a "knowledge network" to support employee learning is particularly valuable. For libraries supporting human resource professionals.
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