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||The Influence of Training on Organizational Performance：Empirical Samples from Financial Industry in Taiwan|
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||The research basis of this study are analyzed from the data abstracted from “Annual Financial Report” and “Corporate Annual Report” of public-listed corporations in financial industry in Taiwan for consecutive three years, with a total of 51. This research includes topics of the impact on organizational performance by involvement levels of training, the progressive effect, and possible obstacles of impacting organizational performance by two organizational characteristics, namely staff educational level and establishment of exclusive training unit.|
The result of the research is summarized below
1.Overall speaking, training has positive impact and progressive effect on organizational performance. The result shows positive relevance to training budget per human capital regardless of preceding or present year, in compliance of perspectives of long-term training effect. What worthwhile of reference is that time is crucial for skill acquisition and talent development. With consideration of staff career development plan, setting up life-time training plans in different stages can not only encourage staff to grow with corporations but also fully develop long-term training effect.
2.The higher staff educational level is, the more obvious training effect is for a corporation. Staff with higher educational level symbolizes stronger learning capabilities, and stronger tendency to accept training enhances the training efficiency. The result indicates that the higher staff educational level is, the greater impact on organizational performance is.
3.A broader research perspective shall be sought to explore the influence on training effect by setting up exclusive training unit. This research applies the methodology of setting up exclusive training unit to symbolize the training quality. Regression analysis indicates setting up such unit has little obstacles in training effect. The possible assumption goes to vast variety of reasons to influence training quality instead of any single organizational factor.
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