Research indicates that: A.peer and manager support for training is critical to the success.B. peer and manager support has little influence on training outcomes.C. managers have little or nothing to do with the transfer of training.D. organizational analysis is actually often unnecessary.Difficulty: MediumNoe - Chapter 03 #1213.(p. 113)Employees' "readiness" for learning refers to all the following exceptwhether they: Difficulty: EasyNoe - Chapter 03 #1314.(p. 115)Research shows that motivation to learn is related to all but which of the following? Difficulty: EasyNoe - Chapter 03 #1415.(p. 117)All of the following statements regarding cognitive ability are true except: Difficulty: DifficultNoe - Chapter 03 #15
16.(p. 118)When trainees' reading level does not match the level needed for the training materials, which of the following options is an organization least likely to do handle this mismatch? A.Redesign the jobB. Use video or on-the-job trainingC. Reassign employees with inadequate reading abilityD. Provide employees with reading deficiencies with a remedial reading programDifficulty: MediumNoe - Chapter 03 #1617.(p. 119)_____ is employees' belief that they can successfully perform their job or learn the content of the training program. Difficulty: MediumNoe - Chapter 03 #1718.(p. 120)Which one of the following management actions could leastlikely increase employees' self-efficacy levels? Difficulty: MediumNoe - Chapter 03 #1819.(p. 122)Which of the following is not an issue to determine whether training is the best solution? A. Is the performance problem important?B. Can employees demonstrate the correct behavior?C. Were other solutions too expensive or unrealistic?D.Are employees approaching retirement age?Difficulty: EasyNoe - Chapter 03 #1920.(p. 122)In the process of determining if training is the best solution for a performance problem, you discover
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