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MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM Claudia Pelaez HRM315-0903B-05 : Management Training Program. Instructor: Phyllis Parise September 15, 2009
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OBJECTIVES : A good training program is vital to the success of any organization. Training of personnel is a key element supporting successful performance, a well developed training program is an investment for any firm. Growth gaps are areas of knowledge and skills need to reach a career goal. Opportunity gaps are areas of knowledge and skills needed to take advantage of an upcoming opportunity Companies revenues and profits are correlated to the
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1. CONDUCTING THE NEEDS ASSESSMENT ORGANIZATION ANALYSIS Of environment and resources to determine where to emphasize training STRATEGIES TO FOLLOW Of strategies to follow to find out how to perform training TASK ANALYSIS Of the activities to be performed in order to determine the KSAs needed PERSON ANALYSIS Of performance, knowledge, and skills in order to determine who
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Unformatted text preview: needs training MANAGEMENT SUPPORT to demonstrate leadership in support of training. . . . . . . . . . . 2. DESIGNING THE TRAINING PROGRAM 3. IMPLEMENTING THE TRAINING PROGRAM 4. EVALUATING THE TRAINING PROGRAM WHAT TYPES OF ISSUES/CHALLENGES MIGHT BE ENCOUNTERED REFERENCES Bohlander, G., & Snell, S. (2008). Managing Human Resources. (14 th ed.). Thomson Higher Education, OH: South-Western Juliano, J. (2007, August). Industry Task Forces Doubling as Management Training Programs. Natural Gas & Electricity , 24 (3), 18. Retrieved September 12, 2009, from: Associates Programs Source Plus database. Mondy, R.W. (2010). Human Resource Management . Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson / Prentice Hall Pluta, P., & Fugate, T. . (2009). Effective Training. Journal of GXP Compliance, 13(3), 10-13. Retrieved September 11, 2009, from ABI/INFORM Global. (Document ID: 1828980781)....
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