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Improving Learning Transfer in Organizations. J–B SIOP Professional Practice Series

  • ID: 2210996
  • Book
  • August 2003
  • 352 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Create a Learning Transfer Environment in Your Organization

Improving Learning Transfer in Organizations translates organizational science into down–to–earth terms. This important book includes guidelines, principles, and lessons learned that can shape and guide the practice of learning transfer in any organization. Improving Learning Transfer in Organizations is written by the leading experts in the field of transfer systems.

Contributors to Improving Learning Transfer in Organizations

Timothy T. Baldwin
Reid A. Bates
Mary L. Broad
Lisa A. Burke
Janis A. Cannon–Bowers
Camden C. Danielson
Erik R. Eddy
J. Kevin Ford
Jerry W. Gilley
Erik Hoekstra
Elwood F. Holton III
Robert D. Marx
Patricia McLagan
Laura Martin Milham
Sharon S. Naquin
Eduardo Salas
Richard A. Swanson
Scott I. Tannenbaum
William Wiggenhorn
Lyle Yorks

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Foreword xi
Eduardo Salas

Preface xiii
J. Kevin Ford

The Authors xv

Part One: Transfer of Learning in Today′s Organizational Reality

1 Making Transfer Happen: An Action Perspective on Learning Transfer Systems 3
Elwood F. Holton III, Timothy T. Baldwin

2 The Strategic Challenge for Transfer: Chief Learning Officers Speak Out 16
Camden C. Danielson, William Wiggenhorn

3 New Organizational Forces Affecting Learning Transfer: Designing for Impact 39
Patricia McLagan

Part Two: Transfer Diagnosis and Intervention

4 What′s Really Wrong: Diagnosis for Learning Transfer System Change 59
Elwood F. Holton III

5 Managing Transfer Before Learning Begins: The Transfer–Ready Learner 80
Sharon S. Naquin, Timothy T. Baldwin

6 Managing the Organizational Learning Transfer System: A Model and Case Study 97
Mary L. Broad

Part Three: From Knowledge to Performance Capability

7 Transfer Is Just a Symptom: The Neglect of Front–End Analysis 119
Richard A. Swanson

8 Beyond the Classroom: Transfer from Work–Based Learning Initiatives 138
Lyle Yorks

9 Transfer in an E–Learning Context 161
Erik R. Eddy, Scott I. Tannenbaum

10 The Transfer of Team Training: Recommendations for Practice 195
Janis A. Cannon–Bowers, Eduardo Salas, Laura Martin Milham

Part Four: From Performance Capability to Sustained Performance

11 Transfer Is Personal: Equipping Trainees with Self–Management and Relapse Prevention Strategies 227
Robert D. Marx, Lisa A. Burke

12 Managers as Transfer Agents 243
Reid A. Bates

13 Creating a Climate for Learning Transfer 271
Jerry W. Gilley, Erik Hoekstra

Part Five: Conclusion

14 The Bottom Line: Talking Points for Transfer Improvement in Organizations 307
Timothy T. Baldwin, Elwood F. Holton III

Name Index 311

Subject Index 317

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Elwood F. Holton III
Timothy T. Baldwin
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