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Training & Development of Employees within the International Organizations
BACHELOR PAPER I submitted at the

IMC Fachhochschule Krems (University of Applied Sciences)

Bachelor Programme

“Export Oriented Management” by Patricia TSCHILTSCH Bernhard OSOND Viktoriia OSOND

Area of focus: Human Resources Management Coach:

des.Hon.Prof.(FH) Maria Veronika Surböck

Submitted on: 30.11.2012

Table of Content
Training & Development (Theory part) ............................................................................. 3 Conclusion ...................................................................................................................... 11 List of references ............................................................................................................. 13 CASE I developed by Patricia Tschiltsch ......................................................................... 14 Acknowledgement........................................................................................................... 22 Case Questions ................................................................................................................ 23 List of References ........................................................................................................... 24 CASE II developed by Bernhard Osond .......................................................................... 25 Acknowledgement........................................................................................................... 33 Case Questions ................................................................................................................ 34 List of References: .......................................................................................................... 35 CASE III developed by Viktoriia Osond .......................................................................... 36 Acknowledgment



References: Source: Gomex-Mejia et.al., Managing Human resources, Pearson Education, Delhi, 2003,Page 260 Training is also used as a method of competitive advantage

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