Based on the argument that employees cannot be empowered until they are competent performers, illustrates how on‐the‐job training (OJT) is essential to operationalizing learning organization concepts. While not a lost art, OJT needs to be revisited as a cornerstone of training theory and practice. Outlines the steps in OJT, therefore, within the learning organization context.
Employee Counselling Today – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jul 1, 1996
Keywords: Competences; Empowerment; Learning organizations; On‐the‐job training