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A Joint ForemanSteward Training Program

William A. Holcombe | November 01, 1954 | TD Magazine Archive

The manner in which foremen and stewards settle affairs which are their mutual concern is of crucial importance to many aspects of the industrial society. The success of each, in their job capac-ity, is closely involved with the results of this relationsh

Learning Theory And Management Development Practices

Donald C. Jones | November 01, 1954 | TD Magazine Archive

As management lias come to realize the crucial significance of the human factor in the industrial or business or-ganization, the time and effort devoted to training and development of the work force has increased by leaps and bounds. Organized training ce

Can Executive Development Be Economical

Michael G. Blansfield | November 01, 1954 | TD Magazine Archive

Millions of words and hundreds of thousands of dollars are being expended on programs fondly titled "Executive Development." The question I would pose to you is this.

Professional Standards For Training Personnel

Harry S. Belman | November 01, 1954 | TD Magazine Archive

Tl lE Committee on Professional Stand-ards of the American Society of Training Directors submitted a document to the Board of Directors and later to the mem-bers of the Society at the Annual Meet-ing in Milwaukee (1954) which it labeled Standards of Train

How To Plan A Lesson

L. E. Berryi-Iill | November 01, 1954 | TD Magazine Archive

Industrial training instructors are prone to start instructing with the course planned, but with individual lessons more often left to shift for themselves. The aim of this sample lesson plan is to teach instructors how to make good lesson plans.

1955 National Conference Program Shaping Up

November 01, 1954 | TD Magazine Archive

June 15, 16 and 17 of 1955 fall on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Do you have them marked specially on your calendar? These dates represent the best possible choice of weather in Los Angeles —that's why the local committee charged with running the 11th A

Adult Education Week Radio Program

November 01, 1954 | TD Magazine Archive

A panel discussion on the increasing interest of business and industry in the education of adults was presented by the Maryland Society of Training Directors over Radio Station WFBR, Baltimore, Maryland. The pro-gram was presented in cooperation with the

Francis L Docken Manager of Research and Training at the Maytag Company Newton Iowa receiving A

November 01, 1954 | TD Magazine Archive

Francis L. Docken, Manager of Research and Training at the Maytag Company, Newton, Iowa, receiving ASTD Chapter Certificate from Cloyd Steinmetz, ASTD National President, when the Iowa Industrial Training Association changed its name to the Iowa Chapter o

TharS Members In Them Thar Hills

November 01, 1954 | TD Magazine Archive

Here are some suggested sources for new members that can be explored by your chapter. It is just a starter, but we have found that one lead uncovers an-other, so "it's a-prospecting we will go."

Using Attitude Surveys To Determine Training Needs

Douglas Williams | November 01, 1954 | TD Magazine Archive

Attitude surveys should always be conducted with some use—some definite purpose in mind. Before going direcdy to the part that such surveys can play in making training more effective, it is important that we all have the same consistent concept of what an

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