Chapter7Homework - E-Learning at Johnson Johnson HRM plays an important role in helping organizations gain competitive advantage by ensuring that

Chapter7Homework - E-Learning at Johnson Johnson HRM plays...

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E-Learning at Johnson & Johnson HRM plays an important role in helping organizations gain competitive advantage by ensuring that employee training is an integral component of a company’s business strategy. A wide variety of methods are available for conducting employee training. Although the share of instruction provided online continues to grow, classroom training still remains the most popular of these methods. More than a decade ago, global giant Johnson & Johnson made a commitment to employee training by creating an eUniversity platform for its global workforce. The learning process is based on the company’s Credo—the set of company values written in 1938 by one of the company’s co-founders, which continues to guide J&J’s more than 230 business units worldwide. Watch the following video about Johnson & Johnson and answer the questions about the company’s strategy of employee training and continuous learning. 1. What business strategy helps J&J companies thrive in the global marketplace? a. Decentralized management 2. What is Johnson & Johnson’s Credo? a. Values that guide the firm 3. According to one of Johnson & Johnson’s business strategies, current _________ management translates into future profits. a. Knowledge 4. How does the eUniversity program support HRM? a. Training is now centralized 5. What occurred as a result of the eUniversity program? a. Leaders learned much from peers
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1.According to the instructional design process, which of the following steps should be taken by an organization after ensuring the readiness of its employees for training? a.Convincing employees to participate in the programsb.Implementing the program’s objectivesc.Assessing the needs for training d.Planning the training program including its objectivese.Evaluating the results of the training 2. The instructional design process concludes with the: a. Evaluation of the training program’s results 3.
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