Assessing the Behavioural Change and Organizational Outcomes Resulting from Management Training

By Linda Dimitra Rhea Marie Scourtoudis and Lorraine Dyke.

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This research examines Kirkpatrick’s (1959) framework on training evaluation. Results indicate that utility reactions are good indicators of potential training transfer.

Keywords: Training Evaluation, Training Outcomes, Management Training, Women

The International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 10, pp.75-86. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 913.052KB).

Linda Dimitra Rhea Marie Scourtoudis

Linda Scourtoudis, PhD Candidate Eric Sprott School of Business Carleton University Ms. Scourtoudis is a PhD candidate of management in the Eric Sprott School of Business at Carleton University where she teaches courses in International Management. Ms. Scourtoudis holds M.B.A. and International Business degrees from Carleton University. Ms. Scourtoudis' research interests centre on careers, leadership, strategic human resources planning, retirement and women in management. Ms. Scourtoudis was the principal researcher of The Public Service in Transition: Moving Beyond the Workplace- Exploring Life’s Journey published by the Canadian Centre for Management Development and the lead pen on Succession Planning for Corporate Knowledge Transfer: A Guide for Managers and Human Resources Specialists published by the Treasury Board Secretariat. She has also contributed to numerous research articles. Awards include: Dean’s List, Senate Medal For Outstanding Academic Achievement, Four time All Canadian (Award for combining excellence in varsity athletics and academics).

Dr. Lorraine Dyke

Dr. Lorraine Dyke Eric Sprott School of Business Carleton University Dr. Dyke is an Associate Professor in the Eric Sprott School of Business at Carleton University where she teaches courses in Management and Organizational Behaviour, Women in Management, Managing Workforce Diversity and Interpersonal Skills. Dr. Dyke is also the founder and current Director of the Centre for Research and Education on Women and Work and the Management Development Program for Women at Carleton. Professor Dyke holds an M.B.A. and Ph.D. in Management from Queen's University. Dr. Dyke's research interests centre on careers, the changing workplace and women in management. Dr. Dyke is a co-author of two recent monographs: Career Development in the Public Service: Building a World-Class Workforce published by Treasury Board in 1999 and Managing High Technology Employees published by Carswell in 2000. She is the author of numerous research articles and has received extensive funding for her research. She is also the recipient of two Best Paper Awards from the Academy of Management. Dr. Dyke was recently nominated as a National Capital Region YMCA-YWCA Woman of Distinction in the Learning for Life category.

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