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Training Importance in Organisations
Today's ever changing world pose a great challenge for Organisations. Here are some of the Reasons for Training & Development as a prominent function in Organisational Development and Growth.
External Competitiveness: As the organisations are moving from a Product based focus to Customer centric Focus… The people aspect of Business becomes the critical factor. The more the competitive Resources the better competitive edge of the organisation in the market place.
Competition : The Competition is the most critical factor for creating the above competitive edge. As the Competition increases in the market the focus on skill enhancement and multi-utility of Resources to face the challenges would increase. The ability to understand the need of the market competition and build and execute market centric training modules would help the organisation to continue growth.
Changing Business Needs : The External and Internal focus for growth on business would build the gap between the current and expected training needs. This changing business need based on the new product launch, customer expectations would always bring focus on Training.
Processes: The processes defines the success rate of the organisation in the market. The better the process and are understood by the employees/associates the better output. This needs a lot of orientation and training on the different processes for business effectiveness. Organisational Processes adherence would focus on continuous training and orientation.
Technical/Functional Demand: When there is a change in the technology and/or functional enhancement in the organisation due to the new inputs and advancements creates a demand for Training within the organisation.
All the programs which have an immediate impact for the enhancement of the Skill and usability on the Job are considered as Trainings. All the initiatives which are long-term in nature and built as part of the Career Development in the organisation are terms as Developmental programs.