Knowledge Transfer: Too Little Too Late?

Each week Raytheon Professional Services (RPS) will highlight a trending issue with importance to the training industry. These observations are the product of ongoing conversations with customers, analysts and professionals within the business and training communities. This week’s observation: Knowledge transfer, too little too late? There are two ends of the spectrum emerging on this issue...

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New Skills, Employee Morale and Extraordinary Bosses

Each Friday, RPS will highlight five popular news stories from the world of training professionals. Visit our blog each week to see which stories were trending most amongst your industry peers. Forbes: 9 Things a Boss Should Never Say To an Employee - Boiled Down to 1 by Erika Andersen In last week’s popular Forbes...

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Did You Learn What You Needed to Know?

There are all sorts of metrics and formulas to evaluate the success of training programs, but perhaps the most effective method is by asking one simple question: did you learn what you need to know in order to complete the job? For bottom line businesses such as automotive service departments where there are no areas...

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Standardizing Global Training Processes

Each week Raytheon Professional Services (RPS) will highlight a trending issue with importance to the training industry. These observations are the product of ongoing conversations with customers, analysts and professionals within the business and training communities. This week’s observation: The standardization of global training processes is a major initiative for companies who conduct business in different...

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Five Reasons to be Thankful for Corporate Training

As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, we thought it would be a fun exercise to look at some of the top reasons why we should be thankful for corporate training and, by extension, training professionals. It can be easy to sometimes forget about training as we become absorbed in daily operations and focused on getting...

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