Once upon a time, bosses hired for potential. Workers were viewed "as lumps of clay to be molded to the company's needs." Now, bosses want hires to arrive with the skills they need. This begs the question that the WSJ reported on earlier this month: Whose job it is to train workers? Now, a moment of shameless self promotion. Take a look at Joe Ganci's article in the recent Learning Solution magazine where he explains how ApprenNet can help schools and companies alike enhance the speed at which learners become skilled experts.
Who Trains the Workforce?
Sep 19, 2014