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P-ISSN: 2708-4515, E-ISSN: 2708-4523

Asian Journal of Management and Commerce


2020, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part B
Impact of training programs on skill development of executives in facility management companies: An empirical study in Bangalore


Author(s): Karishma Gajendra, Dr. J Gajendra Naidu, Kishore Jatty Gajendra and Kishan Jatty Gajendra

Abstract: The research titled “Impact of training programs on skill development of executives in facility management companies- An Empirical study in Bangalore” has been carried out with executives who are associated with facility management organization operating in Bangalore. The population has been segregated based on the services offered by facility management companies such as housekeeping, property management, and catering and security services. Further the population includes executives from firms such as proprietorship, partnership, private limited and multi-national companies.Non-probability sampling design is adopted in which connivance sample method is adopted to collect the data. Questionnaire designed in structured with undisguised way is employed to collect data from the above said target population. The data intended to be collected consists of variables namely gender, age, designation and departments of the executives who are part of facility management companies. It also consists of organization variable such as type, nature and size of the organization. Other section consists of about training, reaction, learning objectives, behavioral changes which are measured using Likert scale. Skill augmentation before and after the training program is also measured.

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How to cite this article:
Karishma Gajendra, Dr. J Gajendra Naidu, Kishore Jatty Gajendra, Kishan Jatty Gajendra. Impact of training programs on skill development of executives in facility management companies: An empirical study in Bangalore. Asian J Manage Commerce 2020;1(2):58-64.
Asian Journal of Management and Commerce