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Training and Development Find the article, “Training is the Answer…But what was the Question?” by Rob Rosner, May 1999 (This
author may also be found under Bob Rosner in some research databases). This article examines the usefulness of
training.

After reading the article, write a brief summary and answer the following questions:

 What is the author’s main point?
 Is training always an effective solution? Why, or why not? What evidence supports the main point?
 What is your opinion of the article? Do you agree with the author? Why, or why not?
 What evidence from the textbook or other sources supports your opinion?
 How does the article support the course?
Use these guidelines to prepare your Article Critique:
 It must be at least three pages in length.
 Identify main topic/question.
 Identify the intended audience.
 Summarize the article for page one.
 Think critically about the article and how it applies to the course for pages two and three.
Format your article critique using APA Style. Use your own words and avoid plagiarism. All sources used, including the
textbook, must be referenced. Any paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.
APA Guidelines
titled “APA Guidelines Summary” is available

Training and Development Find the article, “Training is the Answer…But what was the Question?” by Rob Rosner, May 1999 (This
author may also be found under Bob Rosner in some research databases). This article examines the usefulness of
training.

After reading the article, write a brief summary and answer the following questions:

 What is the author’s main point?
 Is training always an effective solution? Why, or why not? What evidence supports the main point?
 What is your opinion of the article? Do you agree with the author? Why, or why not?
 What evidence from the textbook or other sources supports your opinion?
 How does the article support the course?
Use these guidelines to prepare your Article Critique:
 It must be at least three pages in length.
 Identify main topic/question.
 Identify the intended audience.
 Summarize the article for page one.
 Think critically about the article and how it applies to the course for pages two and three.
Format your article critique using APA Style. Use your own words and avoid plagiarism. All sources used, including the
textbook, must be referenced. Any paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.
APA Guidelines
titled “APA Guidelines Summary” is available

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