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How To Sell A New Training Program To Shop Supervision

W. F. Weidenfeller | December 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

SOLUTION: EXAMPLE:MAKE THEM A PART OF IT!During the conduct of our regular training programs through-out the plant we keep a weather ear for trouble areas . . . the same as you do.(NEED We ran into a dandy a few months ago.

Labor Relations Training For Supervisors

Iiarold F. Adams | November 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

Not many years ago much emphasis was given to labor relations training for supervisors. This took various forms ranging from detailed discussion of the labor contract to courses on the Taft-Hartlev Act and on how to get along with the union steward.

Functional Training For Electronics Technicians

Dr. Henry J. Duel | November 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

In the continually expanding and developing electronics field there is a constant demand for technicians with a variety of skills and abilities necessary to operate and maintain electronic equipment. No longer can one man "cover the field" for this is a m

Bat And Community Apprenticeship Committees

Dr. John S. Mccauley | November 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

Work skills are acquired most effi-ciently through planned training in in-dustry. However, considerable staff work is required to develop and administer an effective training program.

Harry Oracey Persian Letter

November 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

This is the first of a series of letters which we will send relating our experi-ences and observations about this part of the World. We expect to be here two years assisting in the social and economic development of Iran and at the same time learning all

Educational Television Can Aid The Training Director

H. J. Boer | November 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

Throughout the country there are now thirty-two ETV (educational tele-vision) stations in operation, beaming educational and cultural programs into millions of homes and schools on sched-ules ranging from fifteen1 to fifty-two hours weekly. In a majority

Fundamentals Versus Fads

November 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

Every so often, a single new idea seems to dominate the thinking of training people almost to the exclusion of all others. Job instruction; for example, rose to prominence during the World War II period.

The Employee Performance Review

Nile Soik | November 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

In the early 1900s, if a supervisor didn't like the way an employee did his job or the results of the job, he could tell the employee to do a better job or to leave. This direct approach utilized the fear of insecurity to improve an in-dividual's performa

Parable Of Mr Big The Untouchable

Walter E. Elliott | November 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

Mr. Big, with a fried egg hanging from each ear and a banana peel cover-ing the part in his hair, walked into the office of Ivory Tower Doc, industrial psychologist. Brushing past the recep-tionist with not so much as a "don't mind me," he burst into the

The Flannel Board As A Training Tool

B. J. Speroff | November 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

Educational and training programs have become an indispensable and in-tegral part of our industrial milieu. In great part this has come about not only because of the increasing necessity for trained industrial personnel, but also due to the social awakeni

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