Evaluation is an important component of training. What strategies do you all have to evaluate training effectiveness? Are these strategies effective? Why or why not?
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Evaluation is an important component of training. What strategies do you all have to evaluation training effectiveness? Are these strategies effective? Why or why not?
Measuring the productivity of employees before training and after training is the most effective way of evaluating training effectiveness. This principle may be applied to different situations for example if there are customer relationship personnel, the HR can measure the number of complaints against a person before and after the training. If it is production worker, his output, wastage and accuracy can be measured before and after training and if there are sales person, the individual sales can be measured before and after training. These strategies are effective because they typically yield numerical metrics that can be directly compared with the performance before ...
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