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INTRODUCING END‐USER COMPUTING: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT – PART 2 (1993)
Journal Article
Garavan, T. N., & McCracken, C. (1993). INTRODUCING END‐USER COMPUTING: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT – PART 2. Industrial and Commercial Training, 25(9), null. doi:10.1108/00197859310043974

Part 1 described the growth in end‐user computing and the problems which it presents for training and general computer literacy, highlighting a number of elements necessary to achieve a basic level of computer literacy, i.e. awareness, skill and kno... Read More about INTRODUCING END‐USER COMPUTING: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT – PART 2.

The Training and Development Function: Its Search for Power and Influence in Organizations (1993)
Journal Article
Garavan, T. N., Barnicle, B., & Heraty, N. (1993). The Training and Development Function: Its Search for Power and Influence in Organizations. Journal of European industrial training, 17(7), doi:10.1108/03090599310042519

Reviews some of the literature on power and influence as it relates to the training and development function. Highlights a number of difficulties that confront the training and development function in using power and influence successfully in organi... Read More about The Training and Development Function: Its Search for Power and Influence in Organizations.

INTRODUCING END‐USER COMPUTING: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT – PART 1 (1993)
Journal Article
Garavan, T. N., & McCracken, C. (1993). INTRODUCING END‐USER COMPUTING: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT – PART 1. Industrial and Commercial Training, 25(7), null. doi:10.1108/00197859310042443

End‐user computing is now a reality in many organizations. The variety of end users is considerable and it has many implications for their training and development. Focuses on some of these issues, in particular the problems of end‐user computing, a... Read More about INTRODUCING END‐USER COMPUTING: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT – PART 1.

Promoting strategic career development activities: some Irish experience (1990)
Journal Article
Garavan, T. N. (1990). Promoting strategic career development activities: some Irish experience. Industrial and Commercial Training, 22(6), https://doi.org/10.1108/eum0000000001571

The nature of career development, in particular the confusion which arises in trying to define it, are considered. Two key elements of career development are identified, namely career planning and career management. Results of a study of career devel... Read More about Promoting strategic career development activities: some Irish experience.

Indigenous High Technology Companies: A Novel Training Intervention (1989)
Journal Article
Garavan, T. N., & Murphy, D. (1989). Indigenous High Technology Companies: A Novel Training Intervention. Journal of European industrial training, 13(8), https://doi.org/10.1108/eum0000000000204

A high technology company formation training intervention undertaken at an Innovation Centre in the Mid‐West of Ireland is described and analysed. The programme aimed to stimulate the formation and growth of high technology venture through a range of... Read More about Indigenous High Technology Companies: A Novel Training Intervention.

Promoting Natural Learning Activities within the Organisation (1987)
Journal Article
Garavan, T. N. (1987). Promoting Natural Learning Activities within the Organisation. Journal of European industrial training, 11(7), 18-22. doi:10.1108/eb002233

The idea that learning is a natural human activity which takes place in a relatively non‐contrived way as part of everyday life has, in the author's experience, been lost when one considers the present state of training and development in many modern... Read More about Promoting Natural Learning Activities within the Organisation.

Language management in the UK: strategies for dealing with foreign language encounters in the financial sector
Preprint / Working Paper
Fischer, M. Language management in the UK: strategies for dealing with foreign language encounters in the financial sector

Much of the current research into language management in multinational companies (MNCs) focuses on the issues faced by non-native English speakers. This pilot study attempts to broaden the debate by addressing on the attitudes to language use in inte... Read More about Language management in the UK: strategies for dealing with foreign language encounters in the financial sector.