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Impact of Training and Development on Organizational Performance

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Impact of Training and Development on Organizational Performance
Thank you!
Impact of Training and Development
on
Organizational Performance
Presented By:
Usama Khalid 7212
Waqar Mehboob 7219
Haris Sabir 7228
Muneeba Shakeel 7236
OVERVIEW
ARTICLE
By Raja Abdul Ghafoor Khan, Furqan Ahmed Khan, Dr. Muhammad Aslam Khan
University of Lahore, Islamabad Pakistan
INTRODUCTION:
Plays distinct role in the achievement of an organizational goal by incorporating the interest of organization and the workforce.

T&D now a days very important as increases the efficiency and the effectiveness.

The employee’s performance depends on various factors but training enhances their capabilities.

More on the job experience have better performance.
LITERATURE REVIEW:
HR is the backbone & main resource of every organization .

Invest huge amount on the human resource capital.

Performance is the key element to achieve the goals of the organization (enhances effectiveness and efficiency)

Question arise that how an employee can work more effectively and efficiently to increase the growth and the productivity of an organization
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK :
T & D is the independent variable while organizational performance is the dependent variable.
These two variables have been chosen to see the relationship between these variables
HYPOTHESIS DEVELOPMENT:
Hypothesis development is very important because acceptance and the rejection of hypothesis show the significance of the study.
H1: Training design has significant effect on the organizational performance.

H2: On the job training has significant effect on the organizational performance.

H3: Delivery style has significant effect on the organizational performance.

H4: Training & development has significant effect on the organizational performance.
METHODOLOGY:
Sample comprised of 100 employees of different organizations of Islamabad.

The sample is mixed like both male and female

The data is collected through a questionnaire consists of 15 questions.

Respond rate 83%.

The analysis was done on software of Social Sciences (SPSS).
TESTS:
CONCLUSION:
H1: Training design has significant effect on the organizational performance.

H2: On the job training has significant effect on the organizational performance.

H3: Delivery style has significant effect on the organizational performance.

H4: Training & development has significant effect on the organizational performance.
"All these have positive effects on the Organizational Performance"
RECOMMENDATIONS:
In this research we had proved our hypotheses.

In the light of this research and the literature review we came to the decision that there should be;
Training and Development in every organization
"We recommend that all organizations should provide
Training their employees"
"Training and Development have advantages not only for employee but the ultimate benefit is for the organization itself. If the performance of the employee is not good it will affect the whole organization"
'' It is very necessary for the organization to design the training very carefully as bad training design is nothing but the loss of time and money''
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