Nevertheless, literature from other perspectives will be introduced on a variety of topics within this area of study.These articles and chapters provide background for the study of training and development, particularly as studied by management scholars with backgrounds in human resource management, organizational behavior, human resource development, and industrial and organizational psychology.CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study The workplace today is in the state of metamorphosis with contemporary issues such as customer satisfaction, competitive advantage, revenue and expenditures, organizational culture, technological advancement, global market, diverse customer demands and need for effective work force with a global mind set, penetrating every aspect of the organization.
A variety of disciplines offer insights into this topic, including, but not limited to, industrial and organizational psychology, educational psychology, human resource development, organizational development, industrial and labor relations, strategic management, and labor economics.
The focus of this bibliography is primarily psychological with an emphasis on theory and practice that examines training processes and the learning outcomes they seek to influence.
It has come to their attention by their own preferred model and through experience with large Organisations.
The current traditional training continuously facing the challenges in the selection of the employees, in maintaining the uncertainty related to the purpose and in introducing new tactics for the environment of work and by recognizing this, they advising on all the problems, which reiterates the requirement for flexible approach.
The institute also has working relations with various universities, including all the public universities in Ghana, United Kingdom, France, Canada, Spain, Germany, Brazil, Russia, Cuba, Libya, Cote d’Ivoire and Senegal, among others(retrieved 14/07/2010 from GIL has three branches, Accra, Kumasi and Tamale with Accra serving as the head office.
Problem Statement Employees are the most valuable assets of any organization hence their training and development help in achieving the organizational goals.
Kraiger 2003 examines training from three different perspectives.
Aguinis and Kraiger 2009 provides a narrative review of ten years of research on training and employee development, focusing on the many benefits of providing structured learning experiences to employees.