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Value Engineering At Honeywell

Joseph J. Kaufman Franh X. Pesuth | November 01, 1965 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses the importance of value engineering (V.E.) at Honeywell Aeronautical Division in Florida. Approach adopted by the Division to introduce V.E.; Problems faced by the approach adopted by the Division; Basis on which V.E. became the part of the Evening Education Program; Integration of the education and training.

Six Years Of PreRetirement Training

Frank R. Allyn | November 01, 1965 | TD Magazine Archive

Reports on the six-session training program designed to motivate and guide employees and their spouses in planning a personally tailored retirement life. Statistical measure of participants; Effect of the training program on the participants; Result of the survey that has served to confirm the recommendations made in the original presentations.

Special Programs November 1965

November 01, 1965 | TD Magazine Archive

Presents information of the various training programs for the management. Topic of the 22nd Annual American Society for Training and Development Conference; Venue of the Interview Skills Workshop; Schedule of the executive leadership development program.

Walsh Asks For Driver Training

November 01, 1965 | TD Magazine Archive

Reports on the appeal made by the president of the Washington D.C. Chapter, American Society for Training and Development, Frank P. Walsh to adult educators and safety directors to take initiative steps to stop traffic accidents. Factors that made him to make an appeal to adult educators; Ways in which he described adult educators; Outlines of the tested and effective safe driving program.

How To Write A Task Analysis

Edward C. Dean Robert A. Jud | November 01, 1965 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses ways to write a task analysis, first step in preparing effective training material. Definition of task analysis; Relevance of task analysis for different kinds of people; Reasons for writing a task analysis; Difference between a task analysis and other job writeups; Ingredients that should be present for writing a task analysis.

Industry Aids Manpower Programs

Frank P. Walsh | November 01, 1965 | TD Magazine Archive

Presents a report on the companies that are actively participating at all levels of manpower training started by the Manpower Development and Training Act (MDTA). Types of MDTA projects; Programs that seek to discover ways to impart skills to those who might otherwise never obtain regular employment; Companies which are participating in the manpower training.

Federal Youth Opportunity Program

November 01, 1965 | TD Magazine Archive

Reports on the announcement made for the campaign to get young Americans to return to school. Person who was appointed to direct the campaign; Instructions given by the person appointed to the employers; Facts that were important for the campaign; List of suggestions issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce for helping to keep young people in school.

A New Era In Administrative Leadership

Alex J. Simon Karl R. Kunze | November 01, 1965 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses various steps to be taken for preparing a fundamental course in administrative leadership. Importance of the fundamental course for the trainees; Details regarding the basic assumptions devised for the trainees; Primary issues in leadership training.

Managing The Behavior of Man

Daniel M. Duncan | November 01, 1965 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on the past efforts in the application of behavioral science to management practice. Reasons for tracing the history of the science of human behavior in industry; Continuity maintained by the industry to search for more methods of administering the human side of the business; Results of management attempting to apply the doctrines of internal psychology.

Executive Development

James D. Benson Don R. Sheriff | November 01, 1965 | TD Magazine Archive

Presents a description of the organization, administration and analysis of a one-week resident executive development program offered by a university during the summer of 1964. Assumptions on which the program was based; Details of the program schedule; Exercises that were structured for the participant groups.

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