The Learning Curve: Best Practices in Training and Development

An unstable economy and budget season can often be a hazardous mix for the training and development department of any consulting firm. As more and more consulting firms are looking to cut back, training can be a line item that doesn't make the cut.

Live Date: October 2, 2008 at 1:00pm ET

An unstable economy and budget season can often be a hazardous mix for the training and development department of any consulting firm. As more and more consulting firms are looking to cut back, training can be a line item that doesn’t make the cut. But smart companies know that training and employee development are always a priority—even more so in a difficult economy. It’s key to attracting, developing and retaining the best employees—namely employees who want to better themselves and the business.

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