The objective of this study was to evaluate whether e-learning or m-learning is more effective in comparison to traditional face-to-face (FTF) training. Author: Tyechia Veronica Paul, Hampton University.
The purpose of this qualitative exploratory multiple-case study was to identify training professionals’ assumptions, beliefs, and perceptions of the value of social media in organizational learning environments. Author: Ansonia Childs, University of Phoenix.
Qualitative study explored leaders’ perceptions of training and development and the factors that contribute to the successful implementation of training and development. Author: Lisa Horne Early, Barry University.
The purpose of the qualitative phenomenological study was to explore the perceptions and lived experiences of members of different generations about past training experiences to understand generational expectations for training and development. Author: Allison Jump Turner, Northcentral University.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the perceptions of knowledge transfer for multicultural learners in corporate training courses to gain an understanding of their experiences. Author: April Richard Toussaint, Northcentral University.
Surveys top development training institutes, mapping present practice and unmet evaluation needs, and presents a new, participatory model for evaluation of international training courses targeting developing country professionals. Author: Inbal Belman, The George Washington University.
Through a case study of a global training team working in Hawaii, Japan, and South Korea, this study addresses an important and under-explored area of professional communication research—the rhetorical competencies that are actually used in a global professional communication context. Author: James Howard Melton, New Mexico State University.
Qualitative, case study was conducted to explore the perceptions of trainers and trainees regarding how social media could be used as a possible tool to evaluate training effectiveness. Author: David A. Fraser, Northcentral University.
The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore the lived experiences of Black males in management and professional roles relating to their employee training and development in the work place. Author: Christopher Whitaker, Northcentral University.
Research examines organizational culture and employees’ resistance to training and development in the context of social cognitive theory and human behavior as it relates to employee behavior within institutions of higher education. Author: Claudette R. Fuller, Keiser University.