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In every aspect of human resource development HRD , the concept of return on investment ROI is being explored, tested, discussed, or debated. On almost every conference agenda, the ROI issue is there. In workshops and general sessions, participants turn out in record numbers to find out how to measure ROI. In training and HRD professional journals, the ROI issue commands top print space, including an occasional cover story. Hundreds of organizations are pursuing the ROI issue in a deliberate and determined way and are reporting excellent results Phillips, Even top executives are now seeking a measurable return on their training investment. Unable to display preview.
PDF | Return on investment (ROI) has become one of the most challenging and intriguing issues facing the human resources development.
Noted management author Peter Drucker said that the fastest growing industry would be training and development as a result of replacement of industrial workers with knowledge workers. This is true for the developing nations and for those who are on the threshold of development. Explain the concept of workers participation in management. Development of the training program also includes design of the training evaluation, which is carried out during the course as well as at its conclusion. Development Training for tasks leading to successful business operation.
It is often difficult to establish and justify training budgets, since demonstrating the company's return on investment for training can be a challenge. But by tying training directly to a quantifiable factor, such as improved productivity or process improvement, you can come up with a dollar figure that reflects the value of the training to your company's bottom line. Choosing the right factors to measure, both before and after training, enables you to show how training has resulted in benefits to your employees and your company. ROI may also be measured in terms of decreased per-item product cost or time.
You know how valuable training can be for your employees. And the numbers back it up. But your leaders are trying to do more while spending less, and training looks like an expensive luxury. How do you get them to buy in?
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