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Human Capital: Government Agencies Should More Fully Evaluate the Costs and Benefits of Executive Training
Yvonne D. Jones (au)
The federal government annually spends millions of dollars on executive training programs administered by external training providers. This report reviewed the costs and value of this training. It (1) describes what is known about how much Chief Human Capital Officers (CHCO) Council agencies have spent on executive training offered by external providers and assesses the reliability of available cost data; (2) assesses how CHCO Council agencies evaluate the effectiveness of the training; (3) compares executive training efficiency opportunities identified by agency CHCOs to leading practices; and (4) provides views of career Senior Executive Service (SES) and SES candidates from selected agencies on the value of the training they received. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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