Employee training and mdp

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Employee training and mdp

  1. 1. EMPLOYEE TRAINING AND MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT .Points to be discussed in the lecture sessions.  Concept and purpose of training. Assessing training needs and areas of training. Understanding Training Methods. Evaluation of the training program. Training and Development. Understanding the concept of Management Development . And methods. Evaluating the effectiveness of MDP.
  2. 2. TRAINING is the systematic development of the knowledge , skills and attitudes required by an individual to perform adequately a given task or job( M Armstrong) ………….Training is the act of increasing knowledge and skill of an employee for doing a particular job. …………Objectives of training: Improving performance, updating employee skills, Avoiding Managerial Obsolescence, Promotion and succession, retaining and motivating employees, create an efficient organization.
  3. 3. Comp Polici any es an d proce dures Sbe k ad il s tring ain The areas of training Huma n relatio ns trainin g. l eria g a na d M an isor v pe r n g su ini tra Pro blem solv train ing ing
  4. 4. How to assess training needs? Determining the organizational Goals. Prioritizing the tasks in meeting these goals. Determining the skills required by the employees. Identifying deficiencies in the skill and knowledge levels of the employees Importance of Learning experience while training.  Motivation Participation Feedback. Repetition. Application. .
  5. 5. Factors affecting the choice of methods: Organizational Culture employee preferences and capabilities Learning principles content of the program cost effectiveness ,,,,, Time factor Appropriateness of the facilities,
  6. 6. METHODS OF TRAINING On the Job training. Job Instruction Job Rotation Apprentice ship & coaching Off the job training. Classroom Lectures Simulation Exercises Programmed Instructions Committee Assignments. Case Study Experiential Exercises Computer Modelling Vestibule training Role Playing
  7. 7. STEPS IN THE EVALUATION OF TRAINING. Setting Evaluation Criteria. Assessing the Knowledge prior to training. Trained or developed workers. Assessing the knowledge after training. Transfer to the job Follow-up Studies.
  8. 8.  Evaluating a management Development Program .  Cost Benefit Analysis. Gap analysis. Kirkpatrick’s Four level : Response, Learning, Performance, Results.
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