Well Done Diana Sharma: 14th Waikato Management School Postgraduate Student Conference 2010
THE IMPACT OF FORMAL CAPABILITY ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMMES IN OWNER-OPERATED SMALL BUSINESSES by Diana Sharma
Diana Sharma is a research assistant and is also completing her Master of Business at the DoMM, Unitec. In her role, Diana is currently working in a job role as a business assessor and development specialist where her role requires her to design and implement Business Capability Enhancement projects. These projects involve assessing business capability and/ or individual capability through customized assessment tools; design and development of learning programmes; as well as evaluation of learning effectiveness. She is currently working with a number of small and medium businesses across New Zealand to increase business capability. Prior to this she worked as a corporate trainer providing turn-key solutions in Human Capital Development using various tools ranging from pre-diagnostic studies, performance and productivity surveys, corporate training, reward & recognition programs, team building activities (indoor, as well as outdoor), and mystery audit. All these interventions/programs were highly customized as per the individual need, industry and audience profile.
Recently, Diana presented her thesis work in the 14th Waikato Management School Postgraduate Student Conference 2010. Diana Sharma, scored a remarkable triumph by picking up the “Best Paper Presentation” award at the recent Waikato Management School Postgraduate Student Research Conference. Judged against 68 other master and doctoral presentations, submitted by presenters from universities in both New Zealand and Australia, Diana’s work on business capability assessment was judged to be clear, concise, soundly based on appropriate theory, and delivered with an obvious commitment and passion.
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