qThis is an outstanding compilation of the latest and best research in human resource development. It is well organized into one handy volume for the benefit of researchers and practitioners alike. The articles are accompanied by scholarly analysis that highlights the implications of the research and helps readers relate the article one to another and sorts out the similarities and the differences in them. The book is recommended without reservation as an aid to elevating our profession to new heights.q --John H. Zenger, President, Times Mirror Training Group qThe authors' common approach to examining the studies was helpful. The road map of definitions, selection of articles, commentary on the articles, and implications for researchers and practitioners was helpful in orienting the reader. Together, the selected articles, and authors comments provide a solid package. Researchers, graduate students, and practitioners will appreciate finding so much wisdom in one resource.q --Deane Gradous, HRDThe Pathfinder network scaling algorithm was again used to summarize the transition probabilities. ... A correlation between these C values and verbal troubleshooting performance indicated that the think-aloud task was not ... Furthermore, the think-aloud procedure used in this study did not attempt to structure techniciansa#39; verbalizations in any way; 94 INDIVIDUAL LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE.
|Title||:||Human resource development review|
|Author||:||Darlene F. Russ-Eft, Hallie S. Preskill, Catherine Sleezer|
|Publisher||:||Sage Publications, Inc - 1997|