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New Training & Development Trends

We asked American Society for Training and Development leaders, staff, and training executives for their lists of old and new HR Department business terms. Here's the result.

Old
New
Trainee
Learner
Employee
Performer
Continual Change
Transformation
Quality improvements
Process reengineering
Hierarchics
Many organizational forms
The transfer model
The Social model of learning
Training events
Self-directed learning on the job
Big training departments
Outsourcing training
Monoculturalism
Diversity
Trainers as teachers
Trainers as enablers of learning
The invention of new training technology
The application of technology
Big companies
Small companies
Individual workers
Teams
Functions
Processes
Leadership
Stewardship
Control
Empowerment
Local
Global
Robert Mager
John Seely Brown
Supervisor
Coach
Loyalty to organization
Loyalty to profession
Program evaluation
Value-added contribution
Responsibility
Accountability
Workshops
Computer-based training
Direct
Facilitate
Evolution
Resolution
Lifetime employment
Lifetime employability
Competition
Collaboration
Performance appraisal
Performance management
Classroom
Learning center
Selling
Serving
Vendors
Partners
Work environment
Community
Off-site meetings
Teleconferences
Profits
Social responsibility
Matrix
Network
Mail
E-mail
Compliance
Ethics and principals
Training as a cost
Training as an investment