MANA 444 Chapter 1 Training in Organizations
Higher net sales per employee, higher gross profit per employee and
higher ratios of market to book value are evidences that support the
assertion that companies are investing more in training
Open systems hav
CHAPTER 1: THE TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
I) PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
Performance Management: the process of establishing performance goals and designing
interventions/programs to motivate/develop employees to improve their performance
1. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the following:
a. LectureStrengths: least expensive and least time consuming way to present a large
amount of information.
Weaknesses: lack participant involvement, feedback and meaningful
connections to the wor
Performance gap Kaizen, constant improvement method. ROI, Customer service.
Who needs training? Everyone , because hes reconstructing the entire company and hes
changing the culture, therefore he needs to train everyone!
who needs kaizen training? Everyon
MANA 444 Chapter 3 & 4 Class Notes
The culture of the place is so important / the work environment
Taking risk is when you actually really learn
Performance is measured based on motivation, KSAs and work
MANA 444 Chapter 7 Electronic Training Methods
Components of an ET program
- CBT Computer-Based Training. Training mediated in some respect
by a computer or other electronic, information processing device.
Typically delivered through internet, intranet,
MANA 444 Chapter 5 Training Design
The design phase of training is a process of identifying the set of
specifications that will be used in the development phase for
creating the training modules.
The design phase must answer the following:
- Why is trai
MANA 444 Chapter 6 Traditional Training Methods
Instructional methods differ in their ability to influence
knowledge, skills and attitudes, so the training designer must be
able to evaluate a methods strengths and weaknesses to make
good decisions about
MANA 444 Chapter 4 Training Needs
Why conduct a Training Needs Analysis (TNA)?
o To determine what caused performance to be less than expected
o To help determine the type of intervention required to close the
- Non training (roadblocks)
MANA 444 Chapter 3 Learning, Motivation and
The performance model indicates that a persons performance (P)
depends on the interaction of motivation (M), KSAs, and environment
(E). Motivation arises from your needs and beliefs about how to bes
MANA 444 Chapter 2 Aligning Training with Strategy
Strategic planning is best defined as a process for determining how
best to pursue the organizations mission while meeting the demands
of the environment
Strategic planning that focuses on the long term
John Molson School of Business Department of Management
Training and Development - Mana 444
Section BB - Winter 2017
Wednesday 17:45 20:15
Class location: H.619
Instructor: Melanie Briand, M. Sc.
Email: [email protected] (bes
Getting the Truth into Workplace
by Palmer Morrel-Samuels
FROM THE FEBRUARY 2002 ISSUE
heres no doubt that companies can benet from workplace surveys and questionnaires. A
GTE survey in the mid-1990s, for example, revealed
Exploring the Handshake in Employment Interviews
Greg L. Stewart, Susan L. Dustin, Murray R. Barrick and
Todd C. Darnold
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2008, Vol. 93, No. 5, 11391146.
A firm handshake is often identified as an aspect of nonverb
Concordia University Department of Management
Management Research for Decision Making
MANA 420 Winter 2017 Section BB
Monday 17:45 20:15
Instructor: Dr Linda Dyer, MB 13-119
E-mail: [email protected]
Telephone: 514-848-2424 x 2936
Office Hours: Mond
MANA 444 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
Purpose: To practice the process of Training Needs Analysis in a concise way and in a context
familiar to the students.
This assignment will be completed in twosomes. You and your partner are HRD specialists.
MANA 420 FAQs:
Q: When I find articles how can I choose the most appropriate ones?
Focus on those that help you to explain your hypotheses.
Articles typically have more variables than the ones you need; just focus on the relevant
aspect of the article.