posted by marvin .
9) Having ambiguous training and development goals:
A) is best when designing a training or development program, since many people can be stifled by following a stiff organizational procedure.
B) is best when designing a training or development program, but is often unappreciated by managers and trainees.
C) guarantees program failure.
D) is less expensive than having specific goals.
E) encourages spontaneity in training and development sessions and is worth any loss that may occur due to the lack of clarity within the program.