Training and Development Program WalMart Paper

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Training and Development Program: Wal-Mart Training and Development Program: Wal-Mart Sade Robinson Grantham University Abstract The overall intent of this paper is to outline the benefits to an organization by implementing a Training and Development program using Wal-Mart as an example.
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Training and Development Program: Wal-Mart Most people believe that Walmart first opened its doors in 1962 however; contrary to popular belief Walmart got its start in 1950 when Sam Walton purchased his first store from Luther Harrison in Bentonville, Arkansas. He then invested 95% of the capital into opening the first Walmart store in 1962. In 1979 Sam Walton had established 276 stores, employed over 21,000 associates, and reached $1.25 billion in sales. By 2007 Walmart generated over $350 billion in sales and $11 billion in profit. How was Sam Walton able to be successful? The answer is simple with an awesome training and development strategy which has allowed his company year after year to put out the best product possible to the customer. Walmart benefits by providing a robust training and development program as processes
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course BA 101 taught by Professor Janedoe during the Spring '11 term at Grantham.

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