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Integrated in a context characterized by deep changes , with increasing levels of competitiveness, organizations need well-trained and informed human resources able to answer quickly and effectively to the challenges that they are facing. Given this dynamic, this chapter seeks to study and highlight the importance of training and development in the context of current management, with particular emphasis on human resource management. In view of the nature of training and development as well as the key elements to be considered in the definition and implementation of a training program, we will look to study the different training and development methods with particular emphasis on those most frequently used today. Parallel to the process of workers’ development, we will also look to study the organizational development process, without neglecting the problem of diversity in work.
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