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Title: Comparative study relating to Training effectiveness of selected Manufacturing and Information Technology Industries in and around Pune
Researcher: Motadu, Netra
Guide(s): Rao, A.B.
Keywords: Training effectiveness, IT companies-training,
Upload Date: 15-Jan-2014
University: Symbiosis International University
Completed Date: 07/05/2012
Abstract: In the world that shows no signs of slowing down, no individual can ever rest on his or her acquired intellectual laurels. The same is true of any organization. It too cannot stay competitive with its people who do not have the urge to acquire new knowledge. The future belongs to those organizations, as well as those individuals, that have made an active, lifelong commitment to continue to learn. Effective Training can lead to lifelong learning. newlineWe have become far more aware of the necessity of continuing training. Nonetheless much of the corporate training is narrowly focused on skills. Innovation has no place. Ethics is a topic of an occasional workshop. Very few organizations embrace the liberal arts perspectives and the rest complete the formalities of sending executives to attend seminars. Very rarely do we think deeply enough about the human qualities that we want to cultivate at the workplace, so that individuals of diverse appearance and background can interact effectively with one another. Nor do we ponder on how to nurture workers who will not simply pursue their self-interest but will realize the core mission of their calling, or how to cultivate employees who care passionate about the organization in which they spend most of their time and the industry that they will pass on their successors. The competencies of people have to be upgraded constantly. Ironically, managing innovations in technology comes easier to us, than managing the person in the next cabin. Effective training can help in increasing personal competence and social competence. Personal competence would be the ability to realize how you are feeling and deal with it effectively in a manner which does not hamper good decision-making. Social competence on the other hand refers to the ability of understanding how others are feeling and be able to work effectively with them. It involves being empathetic to those around you and realizing how to deal with them in order to promote collaboration and productivity. Effective training can lead to Knowledge-based organizations which can concentrate on developing competencies to survive in a completely hazardous environment. newline
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/15090
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