A Comparison of Training Needs in the Public and Private Sectors

@inproceedings{Delfeld1994ACO,
  title={A Comparison of Training Needs in the Public and Private Sectors},
  author={Lauri A. Delfeld},
  year={1994}
}
The training needs of managers in the public and private sectors were investigated and compared. Future trends in training that are foreseen by these managers were also researched. Forty-four public sector managers and 34 private sector managers completed a questionnaire covering such topics as: current training needs, current training efficiency, and future trends in training. Topics covered included an overview of the problem, identification and explanation of current trends in topical… CONTINUE READING

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