With the advent of increasing pressures of competition and time, companies are trying to find out the ways to innovate models for reducing the time required to learn a particular skill.I am looking for some inputs on the incorporation of Learning Curve in HR. Could some body share relevant knowledge to do the same.
From United States, Somers
Handwriting Analysis, Employee Relations,
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Asst. Manager Hr

Dear Vaibhav
I do agree with you that many companies are in the process of reducing the learning curve.
The activities which we have undertaken to achieve the same are:
:D Live Project to individuals, which they can complete while on work
:D On the job training
:D Creating a knowledge sharing platform, where in seniors come and solve all the queries

From India,
Company Should look for the people who are interested in Learning those skills, because Dumbs (Non interested People) cannot learn in years.
So problem is solved now. That in order to solve Algebra you need not to give training to Poet.
Someone Ask Shah Rukh Khan, That will you Join politics?
What He said : "I never do the thing, for which I have no sence"

From India, New Delhi
i second manu on the employee havin interest. with a lil motivation from the employers side
how abt takin feedback from the employees?
wt abt not being mean but training during holidays? maybe OT can be given
OJT too can work

From India, Mumbai
I agree with all of the above as all of us are saying the same thing...
1. Learning curve can be reduced with training [on job, classroom etc. whatever is necessary for the job]
2. Aptitude and Attitude are essential. So is interest. Learning could be fastest if the person has the required interest.
What I don't agree with is
How many people would attend such training. Holidays are for being with your family. If such training are in holidays many of the employees (though interested) would not join or may not pay due attention.
Ajmal Mirza

From India, Ahmadabad
Dear Vaibhav,
For your understanding many of the companies have pondered upon time saving in training as a key issue today, as cost cutting and time have become a critical success point for every company.
In such scenario’s e learning has a better say, e learning solutions like LMS (Learning Management Systems) allow the admin to administer the trainee from wherever the trainer is. It also brings cost cutting as a major issue in its deployment. It cuts down the mobility cost and saves your time to a great extent.
I welcome your queries on e learning and Knowledge Management issues on
Warm Regards :D
Vivek Pandey

From India, Delhi

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