Perceived effect of technology on training delivery at Toyota Kenya
Today’s organizational environment is characterized by constant changes that have been necessitated by technological growth, increase in competition, widespread together with growing level of unemployment and the diminishing resource supplies that have affected the way in which business is conducted. Prevalence and the role of technology in the design and structuring of the business environment today indicated to a wider aspect the way in which technology affects the various functions of HR and in particular training and development. This research project aimed at establishing the perceived effect of technology on employee training delivery in Toyota Kenya. This study was based on cognitive flexibility theory and human capital theory. Descriptive research design was used. The target population of this study was all the employees across all departments working at Toyota Kenya. The study used primary data that was collected using questionnaires. Descriptive statistics was employed in analyzing the collected data. The study concluded that training delivery through technology has increased employees competency at work, enabled employees to be creative and innovative, enhanced their careers hence great improvement on their performance. Technology intergration in training delivery positions the employees in adopting better and faster to the variety of technological changes that are current and rapidly dimensional leading to a competitive advantage. Key recommendation of this study is that Toyota Kenya should establish a shared strategic vision and unique plan for their trainers and employees to make the needs of 21st century a training priority. Policies should be made to integrate technology in training to ensure that each employee goes through various compulsory programmes to sufficiently train and develop them in regards to various roles and abilities in naturing creativity and problem solving skills which display their mastery in profound and meaningful ways.
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