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Educational Programme
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Year of Graduation
Alina Ilenko
Corporate Learning of Managers: the Relationships between the Characteristics of Learners, the Learning Process and Its Results
Human Resource Management
(Master’s programme)
Purpose - This study aims to examine the presence and nature of the relationships between the learners' characteristics, the learning process and its results.

To achieve this goal the following tasks have been accomplished:

-The basic concepts of intracorporate training and the specifics of training managers have been considered;

-The main roles of corporate universities have been defined;

-Classification of approaches to the evaluation of training has been done;

-The most popular models of training evaluation and problems of their application have been revealed;

-Comparative analysis of the models of the evaluation of training has been conducted;

-Characteristics of the Sberbank 500 training program have been considered;

-A quantitative study have been conducted;

-Recommendations for a more successful implementation of the Sberbank 500 program have been developed.

In the course of the study, three types of hypotheses were identified: hypotheses of the relationships between evaluation levels, hypotheses of relationship within the learning process, and the hypothesis of the relationship between characteristics of learners and learning outcomes.

Findings - As a result, the conducted research revealed a partial confirmation of the relationship between the evaluation levels, partially confirmed the hypotheses of the relationship between the final learning outcomes and the characteristics of the learners, while the hypotheses of the relationships within the learning process were fully confirmed.

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