Assignment 4 - After reading through the chapters, do you...

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After reading through the chapters, do you think that job rotation is a good method to use for developing management trainees? Why? Why not? Job rotation is a method of training involving moving trainees from department to department to familiarize them with every aspect of the business and to test their abilities. Job rotation is a good method of training to use for management trainees. Job rotation used as training for management trainees will allow trainees to become adept and better prepare them for a management position. Benefits of job rotation for management trainees include gaining a better understanding of the business, being exposed to different challenges and learning from these challenges, gaining skills necessary to perform manager related duties, and allowing employees to become more adapt to moving into new positions. Rotating management trainees is an effective way for trainees to gain a better understanding of a business. By moving from department to department, trainees have a feel for the business as a whole. They are able to see the way one department affects another and the impact each department has on the complete workings of a business. Management trainees who come from a focused background, such as accounting or biology, get to experience the working environment of different departments and learn to appreciate the work done by those different departments. Trainees will be able to see how a business works
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course MBA 621 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at University of Hawaii - Hilo.

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