Training, Development and Performance (Case study of the Albanian Public Administration)

Gentiana Kraja


Training and development as a practice and procedure of procedures undertaken for the improvement of employee's performance in terms of his attitude, skills, knowledge and behavior has become a very important practice in human resource management in successful organizations. The realization of this practice in its full range of public organizations is a real challenge, it's because public organizations often operate under a strict legal framework and of these practices use and flexibility and efficiency is difficult. The main purpose of this paper is to present the main theoretical approaches related to training in public administration all specials presents this practice in the budgetary sectors. Further, in a more practical level, other purpose of this paper is to analyze the relationship of training with performance seen in two levels; individual and organizational.

To realize the goals of this paper are following two main ways. Initially he conducted a theoretical picture of attitudes to assess performance and its position in view of the performance of public administrator. Later in order to answer to key questions of research is designed and distributed a questionnaire on the Albanian public administration whose data are processed further. At the end of this work based on literature review and practical results reflected some recommendations and conclusions.

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