The training needs analysis completed in chapter 7 provides needed information about the organization from the operational areas where problems exist. The information collected is considered the input of the analysis step. The output of the analysis step consists of identifying the training and nontraining needs and their priorities.

The nontraining needs that you have identified become the inputs to other functional areas, such as compensation, awards, or organizational development issues. The training needs become inputs to the next step in the process called design. The initial step in design is to develop training objectives ...

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