Relationship of the self-initiated learning and increasing job performance improvement of professional people
Date of Award
UG Dissertation (Restricted)
Dr. Yu Zi-you
There is increasing significant in the part-time learning of many Hong Kongers. They are motivated by various incentives and are self-initiated. From a human resources perspective, the most valuable issue is this kind of self-initiated learning to the job performance improvement to their organizations or companies.
A survey of interviewing a group of professional people asking the information of their self-initiated learning and the self-perceived job performance improvement has been conducted. There are two objectives in conducting the research: to validate the effect of this kind of learning to the job performance improvement and to propose the best learning model. The final sample size is 106 while 103 qualified interviewees.
Several key noticeable area are then focused in this report (1) five hypothesis by few organizational behavioral theories (2) the analysis of the survey data (3) the findings of the survey data (3) six recommendations using various human resources practices.
However, since there are limitations of the report, further research is recommended.
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Wong, Y. M. (2003). Relationship of the self-initiated learning and increasing job performance improvement of professional people (UG dissertation, Lingnan University, Hong Kong). Retrieved from https://commons.ln.edu.hk/mgt_fyp/3