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The Worthington Personal History A Report

E. R. Swint | November 01, 1950 | TD Magazine Archive

OUR EXPERIENCE with the Worthington Personal History Analysis covers the span of approximately 2% years. Since early 1948, the Personal History Analyses of more than 250 per-sons have been carefully studied within The Glenn L. Martin Company. We now feel that we are in position to write a factual report which may be of interest to other industries.

Seventh Annual Astd National Conference Program Shaping Up

November 01, 1950 | TD Magazine Archive

The American Society of Training Directors will hold its Seventh Annual Conference at the Bellevue Stratford Hotel in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 15, 16 and 17th, 1951. Mr. E. L. Burkhart, Supervisor of Personnel Development for the Electric Storage Battery Company, has been ap-pointed General Chairman.

The Astd Purdue Library

John H. Moriarty | November 01, 1950 | TD Magazine Archive

The newly set up ASTD Library at Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, can save the Society's members much time and trouble by providing an abun-dance of material from which to get new ideas and methods that have been thoroughly tested and tried. A library like this should, on the average, save anywhere from ten to thirty percent of an investigator's time.

PresidentS Message November 1950

November 01, 1950 | TD Magazine Archive

The year 1950 started with a firm resolve on ray part to keep all ASTD committees working hard and to get constructive results from them for the good of each one of us. Although many have worked and are still working, what I had hoped for has not been en-tirely accomplished.

Astd Represented At Washington Meeting

November 01, 1950 | TD Magazine Archive

On December 6, "Doc" Laffer, Pres-ident of ASTD, was present by invita-tion at a meeting called by the Depart-ment of Labor in Washington, D. C. Prominent representatives of industry, universities, vocational schools, unions and the U. S. Office of Education and the National Security Resources Board were present. This meeting was of a general ex-ploratory nature and allowed the many divergent ideas as to how the problem of training in war time should be han-dled to be put forward for discussion.

Central Ohio Has Jump On Twi Training Program

November 01, 1950 | TD Magazine Archive

Anticipating the need for qualified T.W.I, leaders in industry, The Central Ohio Society of T raining Directors has embarked on an intensive program of refresher training for its more than thirty members. Recently a survey was made of all members to discover their qualifications for T.W.I, leadership and their interest in courses to qualify them for such work.

More Information On Slap Board Techniques

November 01, 1950 | TD Magazine Archive

Reference is made to the article, ''How to Make Ideas Stick," by Louis B. Allen, in the July-August, 1950 issue of The Journal of Industrial Training, in which I he color black is recommended for a flannel board. My own experience with a black one, of wool flannel, was such that when we needed an additional one we had it made of a shade of light apple green.

A Training Director In Korea

September 01, 1950 | TD Magazine Archive

The following is a -personal letter, dated August 26, written to Frank Welsh, Training Department, International Business Machines Corporation, Endicott, New York, who forwarded it to the JOURNAL. If you, ns a training director, think your life is full of pressing problems, read what happened to Milton Towner who went to Korea . . . Milton C. Towner is a graduate of Coe College, Iowa.

Do Your Supervisors Need NonTechnical Training

Erich F. E. Hardt | September 01, 1950 | TD Magazine Archive

THERE MAY BE any number of reasons why the title question is pertinent and demands an affirmative answer. Try the ten point check list on the right. Now then, even though the list is admittedly incomplete, how does the picture look? Dishearteningly bad? Or perhaps only a little weak here and there? Maybe you'd like to grant yourself a medal of honor for excellence on all these ten points?

News From Affiliated Chapters

September 01, 1950 | TD Magazine Archive

As the season progresses ye editor begins to get more and more mail from the secretaries of the various AST D affiliates around the country. I here are some chapters, however, that forget to send even the mimeographed notices of forthcoming meetings.

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