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Organizational Analysis, Training & Evaluation

1. Is there a best model or framework to use to evaluate training? Explain.
2. "The best way to learn any new skill is to learn it on the job." Is this statement true? Explain.
3. Why do researches count that on-job-training is the best method for training?
4. Explain organizational characteristics.
5. Discuss what organizational analysis should define.

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1. Is there a best model or framework to use to evaluate training? Explain.

There is no best model or framework that can be used to evaluate training. In order to properly evaluate training, one should think through the purposes of training, evaluation and the audiences for the results of those evaluation, and also the points or spans of points at which measurements will be taken, also the time perspective to be employed and also the overall framework that needs to be utilized.

2. "The best way to learn any new skill is to learn it on the job." Is this statement true? Explain.

I believe this statement is true because OJTs are done on-site and with proper hands-on. The prospective employees get to do the job and handle the tasks while being supervised. When they start the real job, they are already familiar about the tasks, the process and most of all, the environment and the equipments that they are going to ...

Solution Summary

The solution discusses the following: the existence of the best framework to evaluate training, reasons why On-Job-Training (OJT) is the best method for training, organizational characteristics and organizational analysis and the statement "The best way to learn new skill is to learn it on the job." is explained. References for more information are included.

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