Performance Enhancing – Get the eBook

Why is learning hard for organizations?

How can you develop effective learning capabilities within your organization?

What skills, techniques and technologies are available to help you?

Performance Enhancing is an e-book that examines the links between training & development, knowledge management, organizational learning and performance improvement from a practical perspective. To get a feel for the contents of the book, please read the original article.

Price: US$20*
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Table of Contents

1. Introduction: Joining the Dots
2. The Four Disciplines: What are they, where do they come from and why do we care?
3. Strategy
4. Structure and Staff
5. Methods
6. Technology
7. Heading To Learning, Knowledge And Performance Maturity

*This will include following versions 1.x of the ebook. This is for your individual use only. If you want others to read this then please ask them to buy a copy! If you want to make this available in a private shared space then please email me to discuss. Please do NOT post your copy on the internet.

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