Training and Management Development

Course ID
MDH 503
Level
Undergraduate
Program
BMS
Semester
Fifth
Credits
6.0
Paper Type
DSE – Human Resource Management
Method
Lecture & Tutorial

Unique Paper Code: 61017905

To familiarize the students with the concept and practice of training and management development in the modern organizational setting through text and cases.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, students should be able to:

  • Understand the need and process of training need analysis in organizations.
  • Understand the process of designing a training programme and its evaluation.
  • Understand various training methods and their applicability in different organizational situations.
  • Comprehend the tools and techniques of management development.

Course Contents

Unit I
Unit II
Unit III
Unit IV

Unit I (3 Weeks)

Training in Organizations and Training Need Analysis:
An overview of training; role of training and development in HRD; opportunities and challenges for training; training and organizational development; setting training objectives;Spiral model of training.

Need to conduct Training Need Analysis (TNA), TNA Model, need assessment process: organizational analysis, person analysis, task analysis; output of TNA, approaches to TNA: Proactive TNA, Reactive TNA.

References:

Blanchard P. Nick and Thacker James, Effective Training, Systems, Strategies and Practices, 5th ed. Pearson. [ Chapter 1,2,3 and 4]

Bhatia S.K., Training & Development, Deep & Deep Publishers. [ Chapter 1]

Lynton Rolf and Pareek Udai, Training & Development, Prentice Hall. [ Chapter 1]

Unit II (3 Weeks)

Training Design and Evaluation:
Designing training programs: Organizational constraints, training objectives, facilitation of learning, facilitation of transfer; Post training: Training evaluation, Training impact on individuals and organizations, Evaluating Programmes, Participants, Objectives.

References:

Blanchard P. Nick and Thacker James, Effective Training, Systems, Strategies and Practices, 5th ed. Pearson. [ Chapter 5 and 9]

Lynton Rolf and Pareek Udai, Training & Development, Prentice Hall. [ Chapter 2 ]

Unit III (3 Weeks)

Training Methods:
Training methods: Lectures and demonstrations; Games and Simulations: Equipment simulators, business games, In-basket technique. Case studies, role play, behaviour modelling, Job instruction technique, apprenticeship, coaching, mentoring, experiential training, vestibule training; Computer based training methods.

References:

Blanchard P. Nick and Thacker James, Effective Training, Systems, Strategies and Practices, 5th ed. Pearson. [ Chapter 6 and 7]

Bhatia S.K., Training & Development, Deep & Deep Publishers. [ Chapter 5,6,7,8,9 and 10]

Unit IV (3 Weeks)

Management Development:
Management development: concept, Strategies and management characteristics, management development implications, Types of management development programs, Development methods: Action learning, job rotation, executive development programs, special job assignments, team building, coaching, and mentoring.

References:

Blanchard P. Nick and Thacker James, Effective Training, Systems, Strategies and Practices, 5th ed. Pearson. [ Chapter 11]

Bhatia S.K., Training & Development, Deep & Deep Publishers. [ Chapter 19]

Additional Information

Text Books


Blanchard P. Nick and Thacker James, Effective Training, Systems, Strategies and Practices, 5th ed. Pearson.
Bhatia S.K., Training & Development, Deep & Deep Publishers.
Lynton Rolf and Pareek Udai, Training & Development, Prentice Hall.

Additional Readings


Noe, Raymond A., Employee Training & Development, McGraw-Hill Education.
Rishipal, Training & Development Methods, S. Chand
Ross, Stanley C., Training and Development in Organizations: An essential guide to trainers, 1st Ed. Routledge.

Teaching Learning Process

Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, discussion. Content would be covered through text and relevant cases.

Assessment Methods

• Internal Assessment: 25 marks
• Written Theory Exam: 75 marks

Keywords

Training, organizational development, training need analysis, training design, training evaluation, training methods, management development.

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