Who is to Blame for ‘The Great Training Robbery’?

About $162 billion was spent in 2012 in the United States on corporate training—in what Harvard Business School Professor Michael Beer calls the “the great training robbery.” Beer, the Cahners-Rabb Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus, says money pumped into leadership and management training typically doesn’t yield the return on investment in improved organizational effectiveness and performance that companies expect.

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