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Transferring Learning to Behavior by Donald L. Kirkpatrick and James D. Kirkpatrick

Transferring Learning to Behavior

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Transferring Learning to Behavior by Donald L. Kirkpatrick and James D. Kirkpatrick
Hardcover $48.95
May 15, 2005 | ISBN 9781576753255

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“Don and Jim get to the heart of evaluation in Implementing Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels. Their insights on management buy-in tactics, and many practical examples of how to execute comprehensive level three and four evaluations are truly invaluable. As no industry dynamics are exactly the same, I found the flexibility of options/tools/resources around learning evaluations to be credible and comprehensive.”
–Barbara Hewitt, Executive Director, MGM Grand University

“Unless training directly addresses an organization’s need, and unless the training professional can prove this with “evidence,” the value of the program (or the entire training department) may be missed. What better authors to address this than Don and Jim Kirkpatrick!”
–Allison A.S. Wimms, Senior Training and Development Specialist, Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC

"Without Kirkpatrick's Four Levels, we would all be flying blind! This new book is another very important addition to our evaluation body of knowledge and will provide very practical solutions to your evaluation problems."
–Christopher R. Hardy, Ph.D., Director, Strategic Planning & Customer Relationship Management, Defense Acquisition University

“Don and Jim Kirkpatrick have once again stepped up to help learning organizations address their measurement needs. Their new book takes their previous research to new heights.”
— Kent Barnett, President, Knowledge Advisors

Table Of Contents

Preface

Part I: The Four Levels’ Biggest Challenge
1. The Four Levels in the 21st Century
2. The Challenge: Transferring Learning to Behavior

Part II: Foundations for Success
3. Strategy and Leadership
4. Culture and Systems
5. Success at Levels 1 and 2

Part III: Solutions to the Challenge
6. Support
7. Accountability
8. The Glue to Hold It All Together
Supportive Management

Part IV: Best Practices Case Studies
9. Manufacturing Organizations
10. Service Organizations
11. Taking Action
Index
About the Authors

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