Training Toward Strategic Initiatives

Let’s begin with a question that every training executive should be consistently asking themselves. Does our company’s current management training program align with our business strategy and goals? If the answer to this question is anything but an emphatic yes, it’s time to re-examine your training plan and shift priorities.  Business conditions change quickly and...

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The Best Rewards are Earned

At Raytheon Professional Services (RPS), we are not in the business of congratulating ourselves. In fact, our best work often goes unnoticed by the public, but is reflected in the excellence of the job done by one of the many professionals we train around the globe. Whether it is the increased proficiency in an ER...

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How Training Can Help Hospitals Manage Better Under the Affordable Care Act

Hospitals are already facing slim margins – an average of about 3 percent, according to the American Hospital Association. How can they afford to turn to outside experts to help them implement a training system that reduces unwanted variability, mitigates risk and increases efficiency, especially at a time when they are focused on new Affordable...

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Why the Oil & Gas Industry Needs New Models of Training – Fast

The phrase “failure is not an option” is often used to convey the importance of the task at hand. However, when you take the time to think about it, failure is not an option that someone would consciously choose, but rather the potential result when the person or team is not fully prepared to execute...

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Five Olympic-Sized Training Lessons for Corporations

As an avid watcher of both the summer and winter Olympic Games, I often find myself inspired by the stories of these athletes and the sacrifices they make in order to realize their dreams of someday becoming Olympic champions. For training experts, the games also represent an opportunity to explore the traits that make people...

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