Corporate training requires someone skilled in adapting to unexpected change. Historically, companies do not spend a great deal of money on internal education processes. Funding for such internal educational processes is dependent on a business’s revenue and the overall profit margin. When you are not making money, a company does not spend money on training. A new mindset must emerge that for a company to be competitive in today’s volatile business markets, a very high-end dedicated sense of urgency must be reflected in corporate training. What is important to understand is that corporation’s number one resource is its people, and that people all learn in different ways, but they all share a common need for success that comes about from training.
In retrospect, a true training leader must be focused on the value of the training to the people under his or her educational care. Training must be used to adapt the company to the market. For that reason corporate training commitments must be focused, funded, and have the ability to be adaptive to the never-ending adjustments in business markets. Corporate training must be adaptable to the market’s priorities and reality for conducting business. The commitment to corporate training is even more important once you realize that training in today’s busy work environment of having to do more with fewer resources; it becomes even more important to train people quickly to meet the market needs the first time.
Therefore, the corporate trainer’s role must be to ensure that every moment of training has a very high ROI ratio for the employee as well as for the corporation. To ensure this happens. It becomes very important that corporation seeks out and hires the most business cultural savvy people to develop and deploy training throughout the corporation, and this becomes the best recipe for corporate training successes.
by AMERICAN WRITER Pietro Savo Tradition Books Publication © 2011
Manufacturing Research Practitioner ™ by Pietro
Pietro Savo E-Mail Link PietroSavoUSA@aol.com