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This implies that a career development path provides employees with an ongoing mechanism to enhance their skills and knowledge that can lead mastery of their current jobs, promotion as well as transfer to new or otherwise different positions, FLOWERS, V. S., & HUGHES, C. L. (1982 Implementing career paths at any level have a direct impact on the whole organization or firm by improving morale, career satisfaction, motivation, productivity and positive and correlative responsiveness in meeting departmental and organizational objectives. References
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HARRISON, R. (2000). Employee development. Hyderabad, Universities Press. FLOWERS, V. S., & HUGHES, C. L. (1982). Why employees stay. Boston, Mass, Reprint Service, Harvard business review. Student 2- tena W Management education is a formal classroom setting where conceptual knowledge and skills are gained. It is composed of theories and practices through application of concepts in an industry. Knowledge is learned through tools, techniques, assessments and development courses. Management training is where an organization through a human resource development (HRD) program creates designed platforms that focus on skills and issues for developing managers for an organization. On-the-job experiences are training skills that are gained in the course of a general workday through hands-on practice for a particular job or task. (Surbhi, 2015) The combined strategic management development process is explained by the writer Clayton as a way to clarify the vision for organizations short and long goals. This is demonstrated in a customized process for employees. An organization should examine, gather and analyze information that can affect goals and objectives that will improve and develop employees with additional knowledge. This can be done with a SWOT analysis that will identify initiatives and strategic direction. From there a program can be formulated and a strategy implemented to utilize and develop skills for future managers and on-the-job experiences. The evaluation process is a key element to determine necessary corrections and to gain data for future strategies. (Clayton, 2018) Designing an active training program for an organization should maintain activity, variety, and participation in order be successful. (Silberman, M., Biech, E. and Auerbach, C., 2015, p.13).
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