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Training and Development

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As automation, AI, and new job models reconfigure the business world, lifelong learning has become accepted as an economic imperative. Eighty percent of CEOs now believe the need for new skills is their biggest business challenge. For employees, research now shows that opportunities for development have become the second most important factor in workplace happiness (after the nature of the work itself). At the most fundamental level, we are a neotenic species, born with an instinct to learn throughout our lives. So it makes sense that at work we are constantly looking for ways to do things better; indeed, the growth-mindset movement is based on this human need. And whereas recruitment is an expensive, zero-sum game, learning is a rising tide that lifts all boats.This course is designed to examine and develop theoretical and applied perspectives on the role of training and development, needs assessment, design, development, delivery and evaluation of training and development in the organization. Emphasis is given in specific development of learning and performance outcomes throughout the training and development process.

Course Outcome: Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to: 1. Make recommendations for solving organizational training and development issues 2. Identify situations where human resource training would enhance organizational competitive advantage 3. Identify proper training and development approach 4. Create and implement a training needs analysis based on assessment 5. Make recommendations for type of training plan and delivery approach

PRE-REQUISITES:General Understanding of Human Resource management practices, concepts, facts and its various approaches in the changing organizational context---

Skills Required: Knowlege in basics people management, problem solving and analytical skills.

Course Staff

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Prof. Delma Thaliyan

Ms. Delma Thaliyan believes that every cloud has a silver lining. Hallmarks of her career has been her solid commitment to the social and academic growth and development of every student. Her research interests include Industrial relations & International Human Resource management. She is a fellow member of Operational Research Society of India which is affiliated to International Federation of Operational Research Society. She is also the coordinator of the Admission, Alumni and student engagement committees at FBS and has shown and proved her ability in masterminding management fests at FBS.