A Study on Training Effectiveness of Godrej Group of Companies

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Training and development

Project report

Submitted by:
Nekha Mariam sabu
I m.com ,no:12
Madras Christian college

A study on effectiveness of training programs of

OBJECTIVE:
* To study the training and development program adopted by GODREJ GROUP OF COMPANIES.

* To study whether there is significant association between training effectiveness, performance and experience.

* To find whether the employees are satisfied with the present training program conducted by Godrej group of companies.

* To find out the major drawbacks of training and development programs in Godrej.

Statement of the problem:
The study is made to know the effectiveness of training programme in GODREJ SARA LEE LTD PONDICHERRY, which is an important problem which an organization should look up on. To achieve this strategy, the organization has to train and develop its most valuable resource i.e. Human Resource. Only a well-trained human resource can introduce quality products. In view of the above, I have decided to study the “training effectiveness” activities in an organization which will help me to work in the HR field and contribute my best efforts in the organization where I'll be working in the future.

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY:

PRIMARY DATA COLLECTION:
Primary data is collected by use of structured questionnaires. a. Tools Employed
Sample Method
The sampling method adopted for the study was convenience sampling. The universe of the study is those people who have undergone the training and development program of IBM. Sample size
The survey on the study of the training and development program adopted by IBM is conducted by taking a sample size of 50 from the population. The data is then analysed using bar diagrams. •Graphical representation in the form of bar diagrams

Percentage method is used for calculation
SECONDARY DATA COLLECTION:
Secondary data is collected from the books, periodicals and literature published, which had direct relevance to the study, were also referred. Internet services were also used for collecting relevant information related to the study.

Review of Literature
O.Jeff Harris, Jr. Obseeves
“Training of any kind should have as its objective the redirection or improvement of behavior so that the performance of the trainee becomes more useful and productive for himself and for the organization of which he is part/ training normally concentrates on the improvements of either operative skills, interpersonal skills, decision making skills, or a combination of these”.

Edwin B Flippoe
“Training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skill of an employee for doing a particular job.” Written by Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD,
Authenticity Consulting, LLC
“As a brief review of terms, training involves an expert working with learners to transfer to them certain areas of knowledge or skills to improve in their current jobs.” Penn State Harrisbur
“The Training a n d D e v e l o p m e n t profession focuses on analyzing and improving employee learning and performance. It encompasses such activities as performance analysis, training, career development, organization development, and program evaluation.” Mactec

“A company is only as good as its people, and Mactec's goal is to have the best. We focus on recruiting and retaining exceptional people, but we don't stop there: we are committed to the ongoing training and development of our staff. Ongoing development benefits not only our employees, but also our clients because it keeps us at theleading edge of changing technologies and regulatory LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY:

* The time available for study is limited and hence it may not be possible to cover all the areas in full depth.

* It is a small research, which may be insufficient to give the real picture scope of training and development program conducted in GODREJ.

* The research is based on limited...
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