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    Motivation for companies to evaluate training programs

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    What motivation do companies have to evaluate training programs? How would evaluation help the company reach its long-term goals? What are the potential consequences of not evaluating training programs? When might you not want to have training evaluations?

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    In order to assess the needs of the organization, training programs are set to create results. In this aspect, if the students understand the material, can utilize the tools on the job and increase productivity, the training is deemed successful. It also assesses performance of trainers. Donald Kirkpatrick helped introduce training evaluation needs. According to greatleadershipbydan.com (2011), " Reaction, learning, transfer and results, help measure how well instructors deliver information. Reaction ...

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    This solution discusses the motivation that companies may have to evaluate their training programs.