As a result, it is important to
measure the extent to which students apply their learned skills on the job.
In instances in which the application of learned skills on the job is less
than expected, the root cause of this failure must be determined.
The problem may lie with a flaw in the training program.
Conversely, the training program may have successfully transferred the
desired skills, but external forces are preventing the students from
applying the skills on the job.
The company culture may not yet embrace the changes fostered by the
training program or the corporate processes may not have yet been updated.
A careful and thorough analysis of the actual use of skills on the job
and the causes for failures to use the skills can pinpoint the root cause of