English, Article edition: Training and Assessment: A need for a Comprehensive Shift in Training Dimensions Jayashree V.; Sheela Rani S.

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  • Training and Assessment: A need for a Comprehensive Shift in Training Dimensions
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  • Jayashree V.
  • Sheela Rani S.
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  • Organizations today are increasingly recognizing the importance of training and developing their human resources. The training function coordinates the organization’s efforts to provide training and development experiences for its employees. Training is thus directed towards improving how well individuals perform and is based on what they need to know or do competently. In the context of growing complexity in the functioning of the organization there needs to be a comprehensive and paradigm shift in training and assessment dimensions. The argument today is for recognizing the gaps in human performance, the adoption of empowerment, extensive training and up gradation of employees' skills and knowledge.
  • RePEc:mgn:journl:v:2:y:2009:i:8:a:5
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