This study evaluates the impact of training alternatives (TAs) on small and medium enterprises' (SMEs') business performances, utilising a 3,521 dataset. This study considers the relationship between the satisfaction SMEs have towards their employees' training needs being met by a diverse range of TAs and the levels of impact the training has had on business performance. To investigate both the interdependence and dependence of satisfaction levels of training needs met with business performance, bivariate correlations and multivariate regression-type analyses (using RCaRBS) are undertaken. The results presented offer novel insights into the relationships between TAs and business performance.
|Title of host publication||N/A|
|Publication status||Published - 13 Sep 2011|
|Event|| British Academy of Management Conference, Aston University - Birmingham|
Duration: 13 Sep 2011 → 15 Sep 2011
|Conference||British Academy of Management Conference, Aston University|
|Period||13/09/11 → 15/09/11|