Training and Development Practices in Bangladesh: a Comparative Study

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Training and Development Practices in Bangladesh:
A Comparative Study

Term Paper on

Training and Development Practices in Bangladesh: A Comparative Study Course Title: Managing People at Work Course Code: H501

Prepared for:

Prof. Neaz Ahmed
Professor Institute of Business Administration University of Dhaka

Prepared by:
Nafis Ahmed Nazim Asif Ahmed Naseem uz Zaman Abu Shafin Mohammad Mahdee Jameel Md. Kamrul Hassan ZR 05 ZR 08 ZR 12 ZR 41 ZR 43

December 12, 2011

INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA

December 12, 2011 Neaz Ahmed Professor Institute of Business Administration University of Dhaka

Dear Sir, Here is the term paper on “TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES IN BANGLADESH: A COMPARATIVE STUDY” that we chose with your permission. Our study examined the opportunities for development of employees in several major business organizations in Bangladesh, as well as the currently preferred methods of evaluation of both training procedures and employees in those companies. We have endeavoured point out what we perceived as weaknesses in some of the current practices as well as to give recommendations for resolving those. We would like to thank you for giving us this opportunity to work on this exciting term paper. Your guidance and regular assistance helped us a lot in achieving our goals. If you have any queries or suggestions, please let us know.

Sincerely yours,

NAFIS AHMED NAZIM ASIF AHMED NASEEM UZ ZAMAN ABU SHAFIN MOHAMMAD MAHDEE JAMEEL MD. KAMRUL HASSAN MBA 45-D

Acknowledgements
The authors would like to thank Mr. Syed Sayad Ibne Rashed, Senior Executive HR, Rahimafrooz and his colleagues for spending their valuable time thoroughly explaining their Training and Development processes. We would also like to thank Ms. Tanvira Chowdhury, Leadership Development Manager, Unilever Bangladesh and Mr. Sumit Chakraborty, Senior Officer-Training, Nestlé (Bangladesh), for taking time out from their busy schedules to give us what information their companies would allow. Lastly, Mr. Ashiqur Rahman, from MGH for responding by email as he was unable to meet us in person.

Table of Contents
Executive Summary .............................................................................................................................. 2 1. 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 2 2.1 2.2 3 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 5 Overview ................................................................................................................................... 3 Introduction ...................................................................................................................... 3 Origin ................................................................................................................................ 3 Objective ........................................................................................................................... 3 Scope................................................................................................................................. 3 Methodology..................................................................................................................... 4 Limitations ........................................................................................................................ 4 Data Collection .......................................................................................................................... 5 Sources .............................................................................................................................. 5 Problems ........................................................................................................................... 6 Findings ..................................................................................................................................... 7 Analysis...
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