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Effectiveness of Employee Learning and Development Programs in the Organization
Honková, Veronika ; Veteška, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Kolek, Jindřich (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on evaluating the effectiveness of employee learning and development programs in the organization. Currently, learning and development programs in private sector organizations are largely unsystematic and circumstantially. Effectiveness is not guaranteed without an analysis of educational and developmental needs for the benefit of the company and at the same time for the benefit of the individual needs of employees. The aim of this diploma thesis is to find out whether there are development and training programs in the organization in the private sector and to evaluate their effectiveness with regard to the organization's strategy and the personal development of the employees. In the theoretical part, existing educational strategies and policies are presented and what are the individual approaches to them, as well as what are the current educational trends. It is defined what systematic education and development of employees in the organization is, including identification of learning needs, planning and implementation of employee learning, assessment of learning results and assessment of the effectiveness of learning with examples of various methods. It also includes an introduction of the selected organization and its strategy, along with the learning and development...

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