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An Evaluation Of A Management Training Course

Captain David S. Vogels, Jr. | January 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

This report is concerned with an evaluation of a Management Training Course (MGT-1) conducted at Griffiss Air Force Base, New York, for person-nel of the Comptroller, Rome Air Force Depot, N. Y. The report describes an attempt to measure the effectiveness

Develop Your Field Sales Managers

William R. Rados | January 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

Because they are key men in your company's objective of perpetuating better volume and profit. In today's competitive market, man-agement is "open to buy" profit-increasing ideas.

Astd In 1958

A. A. Daly | January 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

During the past year great improvements have been made in the means of developing people in business and government. Training is be-coming a dynamic and essential activity in periods of competitive survival. Many object lessons of outstanding training exi

Easing The Clerical Shortage With The Tachistoscope

Dr. James I. Brown | January 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

Modern business is built on paper. Careful, accurate records have to be kept of names, addresses, orders, shipments, payments, stock, accounts, and a hun-dred and one other details.

Practical Training In Effective Speaking

Harold P. Zelko | January 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

It lias indeed been gratifying to note the continuous increase in both the in-terest and activity in business and in-dustry toward improving communica-tion. And it is of particular significance that this interest is directed toward the oral communication

The Problems Of Conformity

Dr. Eugene E. Jennings | January 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

Modern techniques of training sug-gest that participation on the one hand and group consensus on the other hand are primary, if not sufficient, tools of successful training programs. I he pres-ence today of the various ways in which participation may be o

Teaching Speech Courses In Business And Industry

Dr. Fred Dowling | January 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

In addition to simply providing speak-ing practice, a successful speech course must fulfill other equally important aims. The most obvious of these are: building self-confidence, eliminating certain personality faults, developing the ability to think stra

Eastern And Western Astd Institutes For 1958

January 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

President A. A. Daly lias announced initial plans for the 1958 ASTD Institutes. 1 hese sessions have become one of the most popular and worth-while of ASTD activities and to make them more available to ASTD members, separate Institutes will be held in the

Language And Communication

Charles H. Lang | January 01, 1958 | TD Magazine Archive

Words—all language—are merely sym-bols. Words stand for real things, but, of course, they are not the things them-selves.

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