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PresidentS Message March 1952

March 01, 1952 | TD Magazine Archive

The Journal of Industrial Training, published bi-month-ly, is the official publication of the American Society of Training Directors. Editorial communications should be sent to the editor, H. Walter Shaw, care of The McGraw-Hill Book Company, 330 West 4 2nd Street, New York 18, N. Y. Correspondence concerning subscriptions and advertising should be ad-dressed to the business man-agei, George McLaughlin, New York Trade School, 312 East 67th Street, New York, N. Y. Correspondence on other Society matters should go to the Secretary-Treasurer, Russell L. Moberly, Univer-sity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.

Th Is Job Of Developing Supervisors

C. F. Raber | March 01, 1952 | TD Magazine Archive

GETTING THIS JOB OF DEVELOPING supervisors done is a responsibility o! top management beginning with the President. In tackling this problem, manage-ment must first determine what is meant by developing a supervisor.

Training Management In Effective Communications

Mr. William V. Machaver | March 01, 1952 | TD Magazine Archive

COMMUNICATIONS ARE mous with human relations, synony-and by encouraging communications from the top down, you encourage a free flow of attitudes from the bottom. Conscious-ness of communications is not sufficient —it must be supported with an overall philosophy and top management ap-proval.

Developing Men Builds Profit

January 01, 1952 | TD Magazine Archive

Part 1 is a report by C. C. Camp, In charge of 1 raining, Standard Oil of California, on the training handbook, "Developing Your Men Builds Profits, sponsored by the Marketing Division of the American Petroleum Institute ai their meeting in Chicago, November 5, 1951. Part II is a talk given by E. J. McClanahan, Chairman, Sub-Committee on Vocational Training, on the gen-eral subject of training at the same meeting.

The Personal History A Second Report

E. R. Swint & R. A. Newton | January 01, 1952 | TD Magazine Archive

OUR INITIAL REPORT on the Worthington Personal Llistory tech-nique was published in the November-December, 1950, journal of Industrial Training. Shortly after that time, we received hundreds of inquiries from Training Directors, Personnel Managers and a surprising number of general man-agement executives.

New York City Workshops Successful

Erich Hardt | January 01, 1952 | TD Magazine Archive

A brief report on the National Association of Training Director's Workshop series, "Role Playing in Industry," conducted during November and December in New York. Erich Hardt is Personnel Assistant in Charge of Training, Retail Credit Company, New York City.

Summary Of Training Workshop On The Case Method

January 01, 1952 | TD Magazine Archive

Flic following story appeared in the ASTD Truining Memo for November, published bv the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Chapter. The Workshop mentioned was conducted by Dr. K. B. Andrews of Harvard University, October 30, 1951.

PresidentS Message January 1952

Herman J. Gemuenden | January 01, 1952 | TD Magazine Archive

The Journal of Industrial Training, published bi-month-ly, is the official publication of the American Society of Training Directors. Editorial communications should be sent to the editor, H. Walter Shaw, care of The McGraw-Hill Book Company, 330 West -'I2nd Street, New York 18, N. Y. Correspondence concerning subscriptions and advertising should be ad-dressed to the business man-ager, George McLaughlin, New York Trade School, 312 East 67th Street, New York, N. Y. Correspondence on other Society matters should go to die Secretary-Treasurer, Russell L. Moberly, Univer-sity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. Subscription price to individuals, $3.00 per year. Single copies, 50c. Group subscriptions for members of unaffiliated groups of training directors available at reduced rates. Position wanted ads rates.

Itc Of New York State Meets

January 01, 1952 | TD Magazine Archive

The Industrial Training Council of New York State held its first conference of 1952, Thursday and Friday, Feb-ruary 14 and 15, at the Onondaga Hotel in Syracuse, New York. After registration, the address of wel-come was made by H. Paul Nelligan, President, Easy Washing Machine Corporation and N. D. Hubbell, Pres-ident of I.T.C. and Director of Train-ing, Eastman Kodak Company, re-sponded.

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