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LATEST TECHNIQUES

IN TRAINING
&
DEVELOPMENT

PRESENTED BY:-
Alokparna Gupta(02)
Sony Samal(71)
Shreya Kumari (103)
Barsha Mohanty (108)
Priyanka Priyadarshi(30)
OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY:-
To study:-

 TheLatest Techniques used for


Training and development.

 Comparative study between


Traditional, Blended, Latest Training
methods.
THE SECTORS INTERVIEWED
 IT- Hp, IBM, TCS, WIPRO,
MANTHAN SYSTEMS, Lg soft

 INSURANCE—HDFC Standard Life


insurance

 BPO- Genpact
LATEST TECHNIQUES -
ADVANTAGES
 New technologies have made it
possible to:
 Reduce the costs associated with
delivering training

 Increasethe effectiveness of the


learning environment

 Helptraining contribute to business


goals

 Avoid geographical barriers


TECHNOLOGY & COLLABORATION
• The use of technology for learning
requires collaboration among the areas
of training, information technology, and
top management.
• For technology in training to be
effective, it needs to be designed with
good learning principles to match the
capabilities of the company’s
technology infrastructure, and to have
top management support.
TECHNOLOGY'S INFLUENCE ON
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT

 Technology and collaboration

Digital
collaboration

Synchronous Asynchronous
communicatio communicatio
n n
TRA DIT ION AL
LEA RN ING Tr ain er / In struc tor
. D eliv ery
APP RO ACH .C ont ent

Le ar ne r
Lea rne r
Le arne r

• Exp er ts
• Re sour ce
• Ma teria ls
BLEN DE D LEA RN ING APPR OACH

Tr ai ner
On li ne -de liv ery
lear nin g -con ten t

Lea rne r
Lea rne r Lea rne r

Resour ce
Ex per t mat erial
webs ite
E-LEARNING APPROACH

Technology Trainer/Instructo
Delivery Mechanism r
(Online, iPod, Simulation
Content)

Learner Learner Learner

Resource Materials
Experts Websites
LATEST TECHNOLOGY:
 Internet - Online learning
 Web based learning

 E-learning

 Learner Management System (LMS)

 Learning –portals

 Multimedia

 Distance learning

 Expert systems

 Electronic support systems

 Training software applications


FUTURE OF
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
New techniques of training
 Instant Messaging

 Mobile technology (IPODS/PDAS)

 Networking

 Learning Portals

 Intelligent tutoring Systems (ITS)


FUTURE TRENDS AFFECTING
TRAINING
 The use of new technologies for training
delivery will increase.
 Demand for training for virtual work
arrangements will rise.
 Emphasis on storage and use of
intellectual capital will rise.
 Training departments will become
“virtual training organizations.”
FUTURE TRENDS (CONTINUED)

 The use of new technologies for training


delivery will increase.
 Demand for training for virtual work
arrangements will rise.
 Emphasis on storage and use of
intellectual capital will rise.
 Training departments will become
“virtual training organizations.”
EXPECTATIONS
 Cost of these new technologies will decrease.
 Training costs will be substantially reduced
through use of new technologies.
 Technologies will allow trainers to build into
training many of the desirable features of a
learning environment.
 Technology will allow training to be delivered
to contingent, decentralized employees in a
timely, effective manner.
APPROACH TO THE STUDY :
 Information collected

 Questionnaire preparation

 Data collection through internet &


telephonic interviews

 Analysis of the data through SPSS.


QUESTIONNARIE

• Close ended
• Open Ended

Likert Scale:
• 4 point scale
•Strongly disagree Strongly agree

Data Collections:
• Primary – Telephonic interview, Email
• Secondary– Ebscohost, Employee Training &
development, R.A Noe., Journals, Articles
RESEARCH PROCESS

Research on Latest
Training &
Development
Techniques

Research design decision-


• Cross-sectional
• Descriptive

SAMPLING
•Sampling-- Non-probability
•Sample Size-- 15
•Sampling technique– Convenient sampling
ANALYSIS

 Qualitative

 Quantitative-
SPSS (Rotated Component Matrix )
SPSS ANALYSIS
Rotated Component Matrix(a)
Component

1 2 3
V1 .587 .800 -.108
V2 .856 .266 .257
V3 .903 .143 .131
V4 .498 .452 .325
V5 .892 .044 .117
V6 .930 .196 -.174
V7 .157 .741 .643
V8 .770 .573 -.072
V9 .122 .961 .140
V10 .020 .064 .939
V11 .157 .741 .643
 Extraction Method: Principal Component Analysis. Rotation
Method: Varimax with Kaiser Normalization.
 a Rotation converged in 5 iterations.
VARIABLES COMPONENTS

Component 1 Component 2
V2-Blended V1- Geography
learning V7-Learning
V3- Synchronous environment
V4-Motivation V9-Proactiveness
V6-Virtuality V11-Dynamism
V8-Cost
effectiveness
FINDINGS
IT AND BPO
 New techniques provide better interaction between
the learners and the trainers.
 This helps trainers to be proactive in their learning
rather than driven by their employer.
 New techniques of training are cost effective and
save time
 It increases the effectiveness of the learning
environment and can facilitate better interaction.
 They do not believe that, there exists a need of
informal training program for effective learning.
 They strongly agree that Infrastructure and
geography does make a difference in conducting
training programs.
INSURACE AND OTHERS
 They believe that, there exists a need of informal
training program for effective learning.
LIMITATIONS

 Limited Sample Size


 Paucity of time
 Authenticity of response
 Limited interaction
 Close ended questions
 Reluctance while responding
CONCLUSION

 Blended learning is preferred

 In future even better techniques can


come which can help further to the
organization to get the competitive
advantage.
THANK YOU