The five barriers or difficulties which are faced by the organization during the training session are – efficiency, inertia, convenience, training mindset and manager engagement (Dessler, 2013). Among all these five barriers, three are discussed below. These are –
Efficiency – Hundred percent efficiency achievements is not possible. Thus, some strategies and actions have been adopted with the aim to increase the efficiency considerably. The level of efficiency can be increased by focusing on the performance of the trainee rather than the learning or much focusing on the outputs rather than the inputs (Gomez-Mejia, Balkin and Cardy, 2012). There are also many ways to improve the efficiency of the training session. These are – timely and sufficient feedback, clearer expectations, easy perception, easy comprehension of the required information, adequate resources, support, tools and procedures, appropriate incentives, effective delegation, improved communication and process of collaboration.
Inertia – This might be responsible for transformation of the structure and also the organization. This helps to retrain the professional skills, and also help to re-engage with the stakeholders. Change