Friday, December 12, 2008

Chief of Training

 While covering operations that rebel groups wreak "havoc" the attention goes to the training they received, the person who gave the training and their bio, the rigorousness in the system for induction before their execution. Even, our security agencies have such training methods and are really good and tough creating one of the finest forces and officers in the country.

Recent incidents in mumbai attack, reports say, the executors were in touch with their "trainers" during the execution period.


Cant see the irony still? Many agencies, companies, which do socially constructive work typically see training as a first time, one off activity and a time off process. But be it any rebel groups in various countries, their training is the highest priority and they prepare every time before executing every single job. Training includes initial training, dry runs, collecting requisite information, master plans, back up plans, communication networks. And using this information, they simulate models and try out their plans. Yet, they still, do it in time frame they decide to execute their job.


Even during execution, they ask their trainers what to do next, not your peer or boss on job.


When will training be institutionalized to this degree of being part of day to day execution in socially accepted institutions?


Can corporates make training and development organizations accountable to this degree to ensure the employee success.  If any of the failures are by people, then it should be training department that should be accounted for poor skills in people not able to do business.


Possible?


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