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Executive’s Perception on the Outcomes of In-House and Outdoor Training Programmes
Published in Canadian Center of Science and Education
Volume: 10
Issue: 8

The purpose of the study is to understand the Executives’ perception on the outcomes of in-house and outdoor training programmes. Design/methodology/approach-Data from executives are collected online. The questionnaire was uploaded in the Google docs. Out of 180 executives, 74 executives responded to both questionnaires, which comprised the sample of our study. The collected data was analyzed by mean, standard deviation and MANOVA to know the training outcomes difference between in-house and outdoor training programs. Research Limitations-The executives of the company are based at different Locations, hence it is difficult to go and collect the data in person. Therefore the questionnaire was uploaded in Google docs for response. Practical Implications-It is important to understand the demands of a job and the background of the learners in order to provide training, which meets specific needs. At present both in-house and outdoor trainings are being conducted to executives to persuade their deeds and mind-set in the direction of the Organization. The success of the training program depends on the training outcomes. By studying these factors the company can evaluate the future need of training and development plan and also in selecting the right training programs for executives. Originality and Value-Even though outdoor training is being offered by many companies from last decade research was done in negligible way. This is the first attempt to compare the in-house and outdoor training programs. This type of evaluation is first time in the Indian context as well as in confectionary company.

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JournalData powered by TypesetAsian Social Science
PublisherData powered by TypesetCanadian Center of Science and Education
Open AccessYes