Effects of Training and Development on Organisational Performance in Health Sector

Olalekan Enitilo, Durojaye Joshua Dada, Ibidolapo Ezekiel Ajayi, Adeoye Folorunso
2018 Zenodo  
The study examined the effect of training and development on organisational performance. The specific objectives were coaching of staff; induction programme; employee's induction and organisational empowerment on organisational performance. The target population of the study was 202 employees of Saint Nicholas Hospital located at Obalende, Lagos. The employees comprised of health workers and administrative staff. A sample of one hundred and thirty-three respondents was sample using stratified
more » ... mpling techniques. Descriptive and inferential statistics were employed. In the descriptive analysis, the use of percentages was used; more importantly in the areas of the frequency of respondents to their views on the questions of research instrument while inferential statistics used was multiple regression analysis at 0.05 level of significance. The results of the analysis were found to be significant at 0.931 showing that coaching, induction programme, job rotation, and organisational empowerment influences organisational performance. The results revealed that Job rotation has a negative relationship with organisational performance (p= 0.438 > 0.05), the findings of organisational empowerment and organisational performance has positive relationship (p= 0.55 > 0.05), the results between induction and organisational performance is positively related and is significant (p= 0.000 < 0.05) while the relationship between coaching and organisational performance is negatively related (p= 0.483 > 0.05). Based on this finding it is concluded that training and development affect organisational performance which implies that effort must be made to ensure that employees' skills and knowledge are fully underutilized through adequate and timely training design and implementation
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3540483 fatcat:fnkxzl4s45exjllnh32kmaafqy