Published by Construction Industry Institute, 1996
The research provides information to the industry that will help establish appropriate levels of resources for supervisory education and how to produce a program that will improve the performance of supervisors.
- Highly successful companies have comprehensive, formalized training and supervisory development programs.
- The construction industry typically does a poor job of selecting and training supervisors.
- There is minimal data regarding the direct impact of supervisory training on improved supervisory performance, productivity or overall company profits.
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Categories: Workforce Development