Structured On-the-Job Training provides a practical approach to design, deliver, and evaluate on-the-job training programs. Jacobs and Jones define a structured approach to OJT that encompasses a planned process of developing task-level expertise by having an experienced employee train a novice employee in the actual job setting.
Based on nearly a decade of systematic research and development, this book offers step-by-step guidelines for setting up effective training programs in the actual work setting. Jacobs and Jones present an approach that has proven successful in a diverse range of organizations and industries, and for a wide variety of job tasks.
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Ronald L. Jacobs is associate professor of human resource development at Ohio State University.From The New Yorker:
"Most people get trained on-the-job anyway, so why not save a ton of money and do the training right? Jacobs and Jones show us how to do it by providing easy-to-understand information and guidance. Certain to be the standard for training managers who want to get the most impact while capturing the expertise of employees already on the payroll."
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