Understanding Diversity of Outcomes in Organisational Training: A Literature-based View

Muhammad Sharafat Waheed, Noraani Mustapha, Noor Ul Hadi


Taking into consideration the limitations of recently published studies, the present study explores the diverse outcomes of HR practices (training being one of them). From a literature-based view, it was found that organisational training improves learning capability in employees if psychological association (the value held) persuades them not to leave the organisation. The relationship between training and organisational performance is explained by employees’ performance as well as organisational learning. Findings from this study have practical implications for HR managers and training institutions, and theoretical implications for academics. The formation of intangible assets is a key source of sustainable competitive advantage even in environmental volatility.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2017.v8n3p123

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