The purpose of this article is to inform employers of the benefits of a learning analysis model. By studying the way employees learn and adjusting teaching methods accordingly, employee productivity and effectiveness increases more quickly.
The theoretical scope is based on the learning approaches of different people. The article uses examples from the workplace to support the principles described in the article.
Companies that have utilized this process have found that it is both easier and faster to train employees and assign them specific tasks. Employees leave workshops with a greater understanding and appreciation of one another’s skills.
Employers need to customize their teaching/training methods based on the individual needs of the trainees.
The revelation of this article is that everyone learns differently. This information is of value to any company or educator.
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