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Journal of Engineering Management and Competitiveness (JEMC)
2016, vol. 6, br. 2, str. 99-110
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
doi:10.5937/jemc1602099O

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Ispitivanje efekta strategije obuke na učinak zaposlenih u libijskom građevinarstvu
University Utara Malaysia, School of Economics, Finance and Banking, College of Business, Sintok, Kedah State, Malaysia

e-adresa: naser_elamroni@yahoo.co.uk

Sažetak

Obuka je ovde opisana kao strukturirana intervencija, koja ima za cilj unapređenje i poboljšanje ključnih elemenata vitalnih za individualni učinak. Drugim rečima, obuka i razvoj sastoje se od niza strategija, politika, lekcija, alata i procedura, dizajniranih da unaprede članove ili zaposlene u organizaciji. Ova studija ispituje uticaj strategija obuke na rad zaposlenih u libijskim građevinskim firmama. Uzorak ove studije sastojao se od zaposlenih koji su radili u građevinskim firmama u istočnim i centralnim delovima Libije. Značajan pregled literature je urađen da se dobiju informacije o strategijama obuke i razvoju ljudskih resursa. Ukupno 400 dizajniranih strukturiranih upitnika su nasumično raspoređeni zaposlenima, kao što su menadžeri, šefovi odeljenja, tehničari i radnici u odabranim kompanijama. Od tog broja, 243 upitnika su uredno popunjeni i vraćeni, što je 60,8%. Kao rezultat, utvrđeno je da je nivo percepcije prema strategijama obuke bila visoka (mean=3.34, sd=0.62). Rezultati su pokazali da postoje značajne korelacije između svih dimenzija strategija obuke i objektivnih postognuća. Ustanovljeno je da obuka iz ugla trenera ima: snažne korelacije sa objektivnim postignućima (r = 0.620, p <0,01), zatim sa administrativnim i nadzornim uslugama (r = 0.589, p <0.01), nastavnim planovima i programima obuke (r = 0.529, p <0,01) i samim trenerima (r = 0.418, p <0,01). Tu su takođe značajne korelacije između motivacije i želje za promenom sa objektivnim postignućima treninga.

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