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This is the hoariest cliché an agent or editor can offer, so you’ll have to forgive me for lacking novelty, but I loved this book in a way that reminded me of why I got into this business. Watching this novel unfold, I felt like Mike Schwartz at that field in Peoria when he first discovered Henry, and I saw something of myself in 22 year old Schwartzy at the end of the novel, too: those who can’t (or can no longer) do, coach; those who love books, but whose appreciation for what it takes to write great ones makes them all the more aware that they’ll never have what it takes—well, we go into publishing. And we hope that we’ll one day have the chance to actually work with books that make us feel like the ones we read back before reading was a job.
The study is organized into five chapters. Chapter one introduces the study by giving the background information on the research problem, main and specific objectives. the chapter further outlines the research questions, significance, scope, limitations as well as the organization of the study. Chapter two deals with the review of relevant literature on the research problems and concepts with specific reference to how it applies to Ghana Port and Harbor Authority. Chapter three discusses the research methodology adopted for the study and relevant justifications. It outlines the methodology for carrying out the secondary and primary data collections and how results were analyzed. Chapter four presents the findings on the practices and impact of training and development in Ghana Ports and Harbors Authority. It will also lay out the researcher’s analysis on the organization’s responses to the impact and role of such training on its employees in terms of performance and productivity. Chapter five gives the conclusions drawn from the research findings and recommendations to enhance organizational effectiveness through training, and to ensure a stable and committed human resource.