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Individual Training, Performance Improvement, and the Future for Organizations
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Educational Technology Volume 55, Number 6, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

Human competence is a vital element for any organization that expects to survive and then thrive. Developing individual performance ability is necessary but not sufficient because trained people alone will not make an organization successful. We must determine what people should deliver and why it should be delivered in order to add measurable value to and for all internal and external stakeholders. There are a few basic concepts and steps to assure that individual performance improvement and training will be successful through adding measurable value to assure the future for any organization. A list of references and related readings is provided.

Citation

Kaufman, R. (2015). Individual Training, Performance Improvement, and the Future for Organizations. Educational Technology, 55(6), 33-38. Retrieved January 27, 2020 from .

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