A sensible reminder to us from the Gallup group:
Helping employees apply their talents in their roles is just a first step on the road to your company's continuous improvement. In the long run, selecting and training the right employees will be much more productive than training the wrong ones.
The measured words of caution come at the end of an interesting article on how to also boost productivity by leveraging employee strengths. Drop by here for a quick and interesting read.
It kind of reminds us of Joe Harless’ stance,
An ounce of analysis is worth a pound of objectives.
Sometimes you can make a great list of objectives, but there are some problems that training cannot solve. The thing to do is a proper analysis of the situation to know the truth.
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