Today, Knowledge Management is responsible for new organization structures. Communication and workgroup technology create virtual organizations and electronic communities. Members of the organization are connected through networks that extend worldwide, allowing people to communicate easily. The challenge for us is to understand the changes and accommodate them at proper requirement. This challenge we can meet by understanding creation, Storage and Distribution of Knowledge.
Any Postgraduate Students/Faculty
This is part of Human Behaviour – hence applicable to all Industries.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
3.Human Resource management,
5.Management of Interpersonal Dynamics,
Conducted more than 100 Training Programs worth more than 2 cr.
2. BHEL, Haridwar since last Three Years conducted more than 50 Training Programs.
3. National Council Member of ISTD (Indian Society for Training and Development) and Founder secretary of Indore and Dehradun Chapters of ISTD.
4. Conducted more than 100 MDPs ForMiddle and Senior level Executives of Everest Group, Ambuja Cement, Godrej Industries, Power Finance Corporation, Damodar Valley Corporation, Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Limited, etc.
19 Ph D awarded.
Publications:131[Journals: 68 Conferences: 49 Books: 02 Magazine: 01 Publications in Text Books: 03 Edited Books: 02 Book review: 06]
1.PI in project entitled An Empirical Study on Proximant Determinants of Creation of Intellectual Property (IP) in Uttarakhand worth Rs 2.6 lakh
2. Co PI in number of Projects worth more than Rs. 7 cr.
3. HRD Projects and Training Program worth over Rs. 50 Lacs
1. Organized Three National Conferences in 2012, 2013 and 2014one One International Conference .
2. Attended conferences at Boston University, Boston, USA; Stevens Institute of Management, NJ, USA; Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea; Keio University, Japan; Charulongkorn University, Thailand; Western Sydney University, Australia; London Management School, London, UK; Yildis University, Istanbul, Turkey; Wien University, Vienna, Austria;
3.Visited Harvard Business School entrepreneurship Cell: ( for project On Entrepreneurship)
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Week 1 : Introduction to Training
Week 2 : Training need assessment and its method
Week 3 : Training design and types of training
Week 4 : Design thinking and role of technology in training
Week 5 : Introduction to training methods and its selection process
Week 6 : Understanding training groups and its dynamics and training method – Case study
Week 7 : Training method – Business game
Week 8 : Training method – Role Play
Week 9 : Training method – Behavioral Modeling
Week 10 : Training method – decision making exercises
Week 11 : Introduction to group training methods – Brainstorming, group discussion and panel discussion
Week 12 : Research approach in training and training evaluation
BOOKS AND REFERENCES:
1.Pareek, U. (2012). Udai Pareeks Understanding organizational Behaviour, 3e. Oxford University Press.
2.Training and Development: Enhancing Communication and Leadership Skills, by Steven A. Beebe, Timothy P. Mottet and K. David Roach, 2012
3.Design For How People Learn (Voices That Matter), by Julie Dirksen , 2011
4.Employee Training & Development Paperback Import, 1 Dec 2012 by Raymond Andrew Noe (Author)
5.Essentials of Online Course Design: A Standards-Based Guide, by Marjorie Vai and Kristen Sosulski, 2011
Dr. K. Sudhakar –
Excellent sessions handled and materials available, Thanks for the effort