Building Expertise

Building Expertise
Publisher: Pfeiffer | ISBN: 1890289132 | edition 2003 | File type: CHM | 244 pages | 14 mb

Building expertise is the source of competitive advantage in the knowledge economy. But downsizing, babyboomer retirements, organizational restructuring, and technological change all drain the reservoirs of expertise in the 21st Century organization. Based heavily on the most recent research, the second edition of Building Expertise provides the trainer, training designer, and training manager with guidelines and examples to help them accelerate expertise in their organizations. Specific topics include:
· How experts and novices are different
· Eight instructional principles that accelerate expertise

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