Super Safe Security Training Decision
An Organization procedure for Success
HRM 420, Training and development
October 27, 2010
As the training manager for super safe security (SSS) regarding Carl Smiths concerns in response to the cost of conducting a second or refresher training, I would reassure him that this training benefits our organization goals and mission. I would also like to reassure Mr. Smith that proper training within the area of security affects us since many companies today “are in business to make money, and every business function is under pressure to show how it contributes to business success or face spending cuts and outsourcing. To help contribute to this success, training activities should help the company achieve its business strategy” (Noe, pg47). In other words, if we fail at providing the customer with the best security possible, it will not only affect our business with Classy Convention Center, but other potential clients later on. I also believe that if we invest the 15,000 dollars in the added training, it will lead to a bigger and better profit for our organization in the near future. Moreover, with repetition and tacit knowledge developed through experience in the area of professional security, this will lead to our company being known amongst our competitors as the Hallmark of professional security. However, since tacit knowledge that is “developed through experience and shared through interactions between employees is very difficult and hard to imitate, which can also provide our organization with a strong competitive advantage” (Noe, Pg. 50). It would be important for the employees to have repetitive training to enable them to gain more knowledge through the training exercises in order for them to learn and understand the function of their duty properly. In essence, learning has got to be our main focus and drive in order for us to grow and be the leader within our field of professional Security. Furthermore, in...
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