- Published: Monday, 01 January 2018 14:27
- Written by Rodney Williams
The last two or three decades have seen an expansion of organizations involvement in the development of the existing workplace through various training interventions. As a result organizations are being pushed to increase their involvement in development of workplace learning. The United States face a dramatic shortage in the number of skilled workers in the workplace. Organizations are spending millions of dollars to secure a competitive advantage through training and development programs. One example of this is companies’ effort to hire and retain skilled technical staff amid an industry-wide shortage of skilled trade’s workers. Some companies opted for an ambitious and novel solution: starting their own internal colleges or training centers from scratch.