Improving training impact through effective follow‐up: techniques and their application

  title={Improving training impact through effective follow‐up: techniques and their application},
  author={Harry J. Martin},
  journal={Journal of Management Development},
  • H. Martin
  • Published 15 June 2010
  • Business
  • Journal of Management Development
Purpose – This paper aims to describe a variety of cost‐effective methods that employers can use to support training activities and promote the transfer of skills and knowledge to the workplace. These techniques work to positively impact the workplace environment through peer and supervisory support.Design/methodology/approach – The application of action plans, performance assessment, peer meetings, supervisory consultations, and technical support is illustrated in two case examples.Findings… 
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