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Transfer of training: A review and directions for future research.

T Baldwin, J Ford Personnel Psychology 1988

Transfer of training is of paramount concern for training researchers and practitioners. Despite research efforts, there is a growing concern over the “transfer problem.” The purpose of this paper is to provide a critique of the existing transfer research and to suggest directions for future research investigations. The conditions of tran...

Cites in Google Scholar: 6095
The influence of General Perceptions of the Training Environment on Pretraining Motivation and Perceived Training Transfer

J Facteau, G Dobbins, J Russell, R Ladd, J Kudisch Journal of Management 1995

The present study was conducted to determine whether trainees’ general beliefs about training affect pretraining motivation and transfer of training in a large-scale training curriculum. In addition, the influence of social support for training from four organizational constituents (top management, supervisors, peers, and subordinates) an...

Cites in Google Scholar: 1298
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Towards a model of coaching transfer: An exploration of the effects of coaching inputs on transfer

L Stewart, S Palmer, H Wilkin, M Kerrin International Coaching Psychology Review 2008

Objectives: Executive coaching has become a respected learning and development strategy. Coaching outcomes and the conditions required for coachees to implement and sustain their development in the workplace have yet to be fully understood. These deficits impede coaching evaluation. The present study sought to operationalise a successful ...

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Training failure as a consequence of organizational culture

K Bunch Human Resource Development Review 2007

Organizations spend as much as US$200 billion annually on training and development; however, much of this investment appears squandered on illconceived or poorly implemented interventions. Scholars have pondered the causes of failed training for decades, focusing on issues such as methods, program design, and trainee characteristics. ...

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