Why Training Employees Is Always a High-Wire Act

Peter Drucker once described flying on a jetliner as the act of “moving that heavy, inert object, the human body, and inflicting upon it stupefying hours of vibration in stale air.” Last week, United Airlines pilots painted an even grimmer picture: Lack of adequate training, they claim, is compromising safety.

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