The Skills That Matter is an edited collection written by leading academics from the UK, Europe, the USA and Australia in the area of skills acquisition, formation and development. It combines academic evidence and policy debates with a critical analysis, making it an asset to students of HRM, industrial relations, sociology of work and business and management at both undergraduate and postgraduate level as well as being a useful resource to researchers and policy makers working in the field of skill formation.However, it should be said that at the time the union reformers appeared unaware of the many criticisms made in the ... not pedagogical.1 Recognition of prior learning would allow reclassification and pay rises for employees who were till ... The potential of competence-based training to reinforce classic Taylorist practices did not dawn on the reformers until much later. ... plus policies for its implementation in a national framework, was developed by National Training Board (NTB 1991).
|Title||:||The Skills That Matter|
|Author||:||Chris Warhurst, Ewart Keep, Irena Grugulis|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2004-02-27|