For those of you unfamiliar with the acronym, TNA stands for Training Needs Analysis. But there is a serious problem with past TNA’s that many researchers are hoping to correct in 2008. The top 2 problems are:
TNA Problem #1 – They do not focus on people, the greatest asset of a business.
TNA Problem #2 – They are written with a negative approach.
Before we go into the details & solutions of each of the 2 problems, we need to be clarify our new TNA goals for 2008.
Goal #1: Ensuring we have motivated and committed learners from the start.
Goal #2: Obtain top level managers who actually know that learning has nothing to do with how many courses you take.
Goal #3: Locate and praise learning professionals who can help companies deliver business, as well as training, solutions.
Now let’s address TNA Problem #1: They … Read More