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  1. Hi, Karen:

    A useful list to come across. One book I’ve found extremely useful for explaining to clients why “training” isn’t the solution to every problem is Bob Mager’s What Every Manager Should Know about Training.

    Not scholarly, in that you can get through it in about two hours, if you stop to make coffee. But an easily grasped summary of what performance improvement is about. (And not a little of what’s in here applies to academic settings.)

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