Scientific Study from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 1.0, Bowen University, language: English, abstract: Training is the systematic development of the attitude and skill behaviour pattern required by an individual in order to perform adequately a given task. It is also the systematic modification of behaviour through learning which occurs as a result of education instruction development and planned experiences. Training is designed to change the behaviour of the employee in the work place in order to stimulate efficiency and higher performance standards (Oliseh, 2005:112). The most important resources of an organization are its human resources (the people) who supply the organization with their works, talents creatively and drive. Without competent people at the managerial as well as the operation level, the organization may end up pursuing inappropriate goals. Once the goals have been set for successful and essential ingredients will then come in and the difference between success and failure of an organization is the human element. An industrialist once said qtake away all the factories trade, avenues of transportation and in four years, I will have re-established myself.qTraining is designed to change the behaviour of the employee in the work place in order to stimulate efficiency and higher performance standards (Oliseh, 2005:112).
|Title||:||Effect of Training on Employees' Productivity in Public Service Organisation|
|Publisher||:||GRIN Verlag - 2013-09|