Measuring The Effectiveness Of A Training For Public Sector Organizations And Role Of Goal Orientation
Author: Wazir Akbar Ali

The fundamental objective of this research is to design a learning journey of the experimental intervention program and investigate the efficacy of this intervention of public sector organizations. For this purpose, the data is collected on pre-training and post-training stages. Because of local institutional complexity and instability, training effectiveness has been vague in Pakistan, with training programs failing to meet their primary objectives. Despite the significant investment made by public organizations, assessment is seldom carried out, making it difficult for these organizations to determine the effectiveness of training in achieving their goals. Furthermore, there is a lack of research supporting the impact of training program features on training effectiveness in a local context to identify possible training challenges. This research also explores the training effectiveness of participants. The study also aims to examine the role of personality as moderators between goal orientation and training effectiveness. We found a significant change in the participant’s score during pre and post-training. The research indicates that no significant relationship between goal orientation and training effectiveness and the moderation of personality does not exist. Supervisor:- Dr. Hassan Rasool

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Supervisor: Hassan Rasool

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