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When Management Squints

Walter E. Glasser | November 01, 1956 | TD Magazine Archive

T raining should pa}' for itself many times over, but training directors are often hard put to prove that their costs even equal results obtained. One answer to the problem is to assign dollar values to the results just as computations are made when the t

Xith International Management Congress

November 01, 1956 | TD Magazine Archive

"Concrete Achievements of Business and Other Organizations in the Field of Scientific Management; Future Pros-pects in the Light of Technical and Social Developments" will be the theme of the Xltli International Management Congress, to be held in Paris, F

A CardSortQuestioning Technique Applicable To Determining Training Requirements

Dr. Robert Bilinski | July 01, 1956 | TD Magazine Archive

Are you faced with the problem of determining whether your current train-ingprogram actually contains the type °l curriculum required for the job for which the training has been set up? As is frequently the case, an entire program °l training cannot be to

The Best Tool For Management Accomplishment

J. F. Martin | July 01, 1956 | TD Magazine Archive

We have heard quite a bit about our accomplishments during the past and of our plans for a bigger and better future. We plan to improve wherever possible our workmanship and attention to de-tails to insure maximum safety and de-pendability of our operatio

Legal Aspects Of Training

Robert S. Chaboln | July 01, 1956 | TD Magazine Archive

In November, 1955, the United States Supreme Court awarded $96,358 in damages to an injured railroad brake-man. Grounds for the suit: insufficient training.

Book Reviews July 1956

July 01, 1956 | TD Magazine Archive

An Introduction to Economic Reason-ing is a readable and absorbing book just published by The Brookings Insti-tution, Washington 6, D.C. Price: $3.00.This book explores the meaning of economic events and shows laymen who may be without formal training in

Humor As A Supervisorial Tool

Harold E. Starrfield | July 01, 1956 | TD Magazine Archive

The place of humor in the broad con-cept of human relations has somehow failed to receive the consideration it mer-its. If suggested as worthy of serious thought, the proposal receives a facetious reaction or a disdainful dismissal.

International Management Program

A. M. Lederer | July 01, 1956 | TD Magazine Archive

ASTD has been a member of CIPA'l for a number of years and many ASTD members have had an active part in this international program. Mr. Lederer de-livered this talk at a recent meeting of the C1PM Board.

The Log Of A Training Directon

Harold Baldwin | July 01, 1956 | TD Magazine Archive

There was complete disagreement at one of our recent Training Directors' meetings about what constitutes the job of a Training Director. This lack of agreement has been bothering me ever since—so I'm sticking my neck out in an attempt to tell what the Tra

Professional Standards And Employment Conditions

July 01, 1956 | TD Magazine Archive

Copies of the report by Engineers Joint Council entitled "Professional Standards and Employment Conditions" are available without charge from Engi-neers Joint Council, 29 West 39 Street, New York 18, New York. In a state-ment accompanying the report, 1 ho

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