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ASTD's Archive Image of the Day: We've Come a Long Way! Circa 1957

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  This photo was published in the September-October 1957 issue of the Journal of the American Society of Training Directors. The Communimeter, created to demonstrate the basic problems of communication, contained a series of electronically-connected ... More »

The Six Disciplines of Results-Focused Learning: D5

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The goal of corporate learning is to get the greatest number of people consciously competent in their roles as quickly as possible.  Great training is essential.  And its effectiveness can be amplified by providing learners with access to performance suppo... More »

ASTD Archive Image of the Day: We've Come a Long Way! Circa 1957

ASTD Staff

This photo appeared in the September-October 1957 issue of the Journal of the American Society of Training Directors. Even 54 years ago, ASTD had a strong international presence. Visitors from other countries would turn to ASTD to learn about best practices in wo... More »

New Zealand: Workplace Learning Contributes to Improved Performance

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(From voxy.co.nz) -- An independent evaluative report released this week into the Learning Representative Programme shows that workplace learning supported by Learning Representatives (Learning Reps) led to improved individual worker and workplace performance. E... More »

The Six Disciplines of Results-Focused Learning: D4

ASTD Staff

In an increasingly competitive world, every business process must add value.  The true measure of training effectiveness is whether or not it improves on-the-job performance. That’s the real finish line for learning, not the last day of class or the final... More »