Background: In-service training represents a significant financial investment for supporting continued competence of the health care workforce. An integrative review of the education and training literature was conducted to identify effective training approaches for health worker continuing professional education CPE and what evidence exists of outcomes derived from CPE. The initial review of titles and abstracts produced results. Articles selected for analysis after two quality reviews consisted of systematic reviews, randomized controlled trials RCTs and programme evaluations published in peer-reviewed journals from to in the English language.
Literature Review – Employee Training and Development
Literature Review - Employee Training and Development - MBA Knowledge Base
Three major approaches to training evaluation: quality ascription, quality assessment and quality control are highlighted. In order to enhance the effectiveness of training, evaluation should be integrated with organizational life. Phillip C. Wright, : Reports on a study of current and past training literature which suggests that, to be effective and to isolate both training needs and those problems having other, non-trainable solutions, training must be preceded by a needs analysis.
8.4 Designing a Training Program
Organize the literature review into sections that present themes or identify trends, including relevant theory. You are not trying to list all the material published, but to synthesize and evaluate it according to the guiding concept of your thesis or research question. What is a literature review?
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Lane, Gerald L. Blakely, : Management development programmes are increasingly being studied and evaluated, regarding their efficiency and effectiveness. Presents the results of a survey of directors and vice-presidents of personnel and human resource management departments regarding the current status of their management development programmes.