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"Gill’s book is a basic primer for managers who are highly motivated to create a vibrant culture of learning. Gill does and excellent job of summarizing research regarding the elements of successful instructor led training activities. The importance of Gill’s book is that it clearly conceptualizes “learning culture” and offers straightforward approaches to moving toward this goal."
I was looking for a more recent textbook that examined the development of a learning culture.
quite interesting for some of my students and I continously recommend the book for student's assignment and MA thesis
and very relevant for my own research
Great connection to learning organization theory and upcoming evaluation course.
Well presented and accessibly written. Good checklists and charts making it very useful for the pracitioner. Although written by an American it is relevant here in the UK. Particularly liked the self reflection worksheet on p64 - a development on usual evaluation forms. Learning from evaluation chapter also useful for research methods teaching
Would be good to have diagrams available on the internet so you can use them in teaching rather than needing to scan them. Would also have been good to see more web references for further research online.
The book is very useful for part of this course and hence I will recommend it and use other references for the remainder of the program. In general these are articles rather than books.
Does not apply to general Human Resource Management class.
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