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La valutazione quantitativa della formazione aziendale. Dalle misure economico-finanziarie agli indicatori bilanciati
Author/s: Emilio Rago 
Year:  2006 Issue: 103 Language: Italian 
Pages:  26 FullText PDF:  192 KB

Evaluating companies training. Value, orientations and methodologies comparison Speaking about evaluation means pointing out the definition process of both material and immaterial value of an object. The training evaluation represents that process, more or less formalized, concurring to the value recognition and attribution concerning training intervention. Unfortunately, the value perception trap isn’t yet totally overcome, often we face a situation in which something has value only if it has been perceived as it is. Training must profitably respond to an exact present or future subject need in order to be considered a benefit. In other words, we must look beyond the value perception and search for the real training activities value gained by the subject. Training evaluation can’t be one of the trainer (or trainer overseer) roles. It is a specialized profession: the evaluator, expert in training. Wisdom, practice, humility, listening skill, devotion and wish to exceed oneself are required.

Emilio Rago, in "SOCIOLOGIA DEL LAVORO " 103/2006, pp. , DOI:


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