Mobile Learning (On-Demand Learning) Delivering learning content on demand via
mobile devices like cell phones, laptops, and iPads, wherever and whenever the learner
has the time and desire to access it. This has become increasingly beneficial.
Creating a Motivational Learning Environment Learning something requires
both ability and motivation, and the training programs learning environment
should take both into account. The employee must already have some basic ability
to complete the job. No
1. Developing the Program (D) Program development means actually
assembling/creating the programs training content and materials. What content will
the program present? What instructional methods will be used?
2. Implement the Program (I) Actually provide
Defining the Employees Goals and Performance Standards Managers use one or more of
three bases: goals, standards, and competencies. This is to let the subordinates know what is
expected of them.
Goals Should be SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, R
Critical Incident Method Involves keeping an anecdotal record of good or undesirable
examples of an employees work-related behavior and reviewing it with the employee at
Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scales (BARS) Method Combines the b
Team Training Teamwork doesnt always come naturally for everyone. Companies
devote a huge amount of hours and money to train new employees to listen to each other
and to cooperate. (Ex. Outdoor adventure games Beaver Hollow)
Cross Training Training empl
Lewins Change Process Psychologist Kurt Lewin formulated a model to summarize
what he believed was the basic process for implementing a change with minimal
resistance. He also believed that all behavior in organizations was a product of two kinds
Off-The-Job Management Training and Development Techniques
The Case Study Method A development method in which the manager is
presented with a written description of an organizational problem to diagnose and
o Integrated Case Scenarios Expand the
2. Moving Stage
1. Create a guiding coalition. Obviously a number of influential people on the
leaders side would help the leader make the change.
2. Develop and communicate a shared vision. Guidelines for the developing the
vision are: keep the vision si
Overview Of The Training Process After the orientation, training should begin.
Training The process of teaching new or current employees the basic skills they
need to perform their jobs. Managers tend to ignore training, which is not good. If
Strategic Human Resource Management
Strategic Human Resource Management can be defined as the linking of human
resources with strategic goals and objectives in order to improve business performance and