7.Training - Training MAN315 Scott Class Agenda...

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Training MAN 315 Scott
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Class Agenda Training: An overview The instructional design process Training evaluation
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Organizing Model
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Training We recruited and then selected  applicants based on the extent to which  they possess the necessary KSAOs  (knowledge, skills, abilities, and other  factors) for the job. So why train?
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Training A planned effort to help employees  acquire job-related knowledge, skills, and  behaviors, with the goal of applying these  on the job Training used for various reasons Provide new hires with job specific KSO’s Respond to changes Employee expectations for development
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Training Training may be a routine part of an  employee’s career progression, or may  be a response to a particular problem  (i.e., “pressure point”) Training may revolve around the KSO’s  in an employee’s particular job, or more  general KSO’s relevant to everyone in  the organization
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Instructional Design Process Training programs can be created using  the  Instructional Design Process The Stages of Instructional Design Conduct the needs assessment Ensure employee readiness for training Create the learning environment Ensure transfer of training Training evaluation
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Needs Assessment
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Needs Assessment Organizational Analysis What aspects of the organization make  training more or less effective? Does the organization have the resources  (budget, time, and expertise) for training? Does the training program fit with the  organization’s strategy? Is their managerial and peer support for  training?
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Needs Assessment Person Analysis Who needs training the most? Everyone, or just some critical group?
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course MGT 315 taught by Professor Wenier during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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