The effects of organizational culture on learning transfer
Spellman, Stephanie J.
University of Wisconsin--Stout
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Organizations must have a skilled labor force to remain competitive in today's complex economy. Companies spend tens of billions of dollars on employee training each year in the U.S. Employee development creates more effective production of goods and services and increases employee engagement. However, learning and development professionals often struggle to prove the value of training. One way to demonstrate training's value to a company is to show learning transfer, which is the observable change in employee behavior through the application of skills and behavior learned in training.