Training to fail

@article{Roberts1995TrainingTF,
  title={Training to fail},
  author={Christopher Roberts and Gael M. McDonald},
  journal={Journal of Management Development},
  year={1995},
  volume={14},
  pages={16-31}
}
Examines the way in which management has denied training and development the prospect of making a full contribution to corporate renewal. Concentrates on the structural obstacles inherent in the internal environment. The organizational climate within firms must alter radically if training and development are to be used effectively as change agents. 
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