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Training, learning and business performance in SMEs : insights from studying the 2004 Sunday Times '50 best SMSs to work for'.

Stone, I. and Braidford, P. and Houston, M. (2006) 'Training, learning and business performance in SMEs : insights from studying the 2004 Sunday Times '50 best SMSs to work for'.', London: Small Business Council.

Abstract

Research commissioned to take forward William Sargent's initiative to investigate the type of training undertaken by firms in the Sunday Times list of 'the best 50 small and medium sized enterprises to work for'. Key issues included: how they train (formal or informal); how learning is promoted internally and the importance of skills, knowledge and qualifications in recruitment and the ongoing development of the business.

Item Type:Book
Additional Information:URN 06/656
Full text:Full text not available from this repository.
Publisher Web site:http://www.ecdti.co.uk/cgibin/priamlnk.cgi?CNO=1&MP=ATZSER%5EGINT78&LET=T
Record Created:24 Apr 2008
Last Modified:08 Apr 2009 16:35

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