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Asian Journal of Multidimensional Research (AJMR)
Year : 2016, Volume : 5, Issue : 7
First page : ( 1) Last page : ( 9)
Online ISSN : 2278-4853.

Understanding the link between input-throughput-output model of organization behavior and the input-throughput-output model for adult learning and the learning outcomes

Gandevia Shazneen B, Dr. Vichore Sarita M

Durgadevi Saraf Institute of Management Studies

Online published on 11 July, 2017.


This paper illustrates the link of input-throughput-output model of organization behavior to the concept of adult learning in organization. It exhibits a parallel model of input-throughput-output for individual adult learning and the output of learning for the organization. In an organization, the output or the product is a result of the inputs and throughputs that you give into the system. Output can be the product or the service. For the requirements of the final product or service to be quality approved and standardized, the dimensional properties of raw materials, machinery, consumables are defined. Although the knowledge, which is required to make that product or to deliver that service is defined, it is a tacit input for the organization, and hence can never be exactly available in the amount or form in which it is defined. In this paper, though the input-throughput-output model for adult learning, we will see the reasons for which the learning outcomes differ every time, even for the same individual.



Adult Learning, Organization Beheviour, Input-Throughput-Output, Andragogy.


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