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2007 Mahatma Gandhi University M.B.A Business Administration Management Training and Development - Elective Question paper

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2007 Mahatma Gandhi University M.B.A Business Administration Management Training and Development - Elective Question paper

M.G.M.B.A.DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL/MAY 2007

Third Semester

Elective –MANAGEMENT TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
(For Branches II and III – Elective IV)

Time: Three Hours Maxixmum: {2004 admission onwards : 60 Marks
{2003 admissions : 75 Marks

Section A

Answer any six questions.

1 Importance of training.
2 Methods of team training.
3 Experiential learning.
4 Training needs.
5 Virtual tracing.
6 Leader centered instruction.
7 Role of trainer.
8 KSAO’s.
9 Evaluation of training.
10 Computer based training.
(6 X 2½ = 15 Marks)
(6 X 3 = 18 Marks)

Section B

11 Define training. Explain how training needs evolve. Also state the advantages of training to the employees and the orgnisation.
Or
12 Give an overview of training methods.

13 Explain the profile and behavioural skills of a trainer.
Or
14 Why is evaluation of training effectiveness necessary?

15 How do you determine the contents of a training programme? Briefly give an outline of “Motivational Training to supervisors of a medium sized firm.
Or
16 How do organizations measure the results of training outcome? State the popular training institutes in India.
(3 X 10 = 30 marks)
(3 X 11 = 33 marks)

Section C (Case Analysis)

17 John Michael has decided that, in order to ensure a properly staffed Surgery Unit, the hospital would have to provide its own training program. Jim and Judy have agreed that three nurses currently assigned to the area should be sent for a retraining of their skills and should be utilized as in –house trainers. These nurses have agreed to assume the new duties and have also persuaded Dr. William Aorta, the chief Cardiac Surgery doctor, to participate.
Working with Dr. Arota,Sally Bonnie and Jean were able to establish the procedures that he uses. They have also recently attended an other hospital’s training programme and are ready to begin training the new nurses. Each, incidentally, has been certified by the State Board of Examiners as a qualified trainer.
With everything seemingly going as planned, Sally asked Bonnie, “Do you have any idea how we’ll set this up? We know what to do and how to do and how to do it, but where and what type of training approach is best?””
Before Bonnie had chance to answer Jean Chimed in : “I overheard your concerns, Sally and I think I have a solution. You see, my brother is the training director for Bethlehem Steel, and he has given me some advice. He suggests that we consider removing the trainees from the unit initially, for the formal education part of the session. Then we should provide actual hands on experience for the nurses, each of us taking the training under our wing for six weeks while we perform the actual nursing duties.”
“That sounds great, Jean”, said Sally, “but what about the costs? This hospital will not go for six nurses working in a unit where only three are needed”.
“You might be right, Sally, but they have to make that decision”.
(a)What types of training programs have been identified in the case?
(b) How would you structure the sessions? What types of training do you believe would work the best? Why?
(c) Justify your types of training with regard to cost/benefit.
(1 X 15 = 15 marks)
( 1x 24 =24 marks)




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