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23 October, 03:43

Having ambiguous training and development goals:

a. is best when designing a training or development program, but is often unappreciated by managers and trainees.

b. is best when designing a training or development program, since many people can be stifled by following a stiff organizational procedure.

c. is less expensive than having specific goals.

d. guarantees program failure.

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  1. 23 October, 05:00
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    D - Guarantees program failure

    Explanation:

    when the training is not well cleared enough and the development goals is open to lot or multiple interpretation this guarantees program failure.
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