Examining the Psychological Implications of E-Training and Development on Professional Performance

Sona Vikas Ashish Mathur Mannat Singh
The NorthCap University Jai Narain Vyas University, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha
Gurugram Jodhpur University, Delhi


Technological advancements have brought about a revolution in education, just as they
have in almost every other aspect of human existence. The use of technology-based
training is increasing, potentially as a supplement or alternative to conventional ways of
education. The objective of the current research was to ascertain whether there existed
a correlation between electronic training (e-training) and enhanced productivity in the
workplace. Assessing a company’s level of expertise by conducting a training needs
analysis. In this manner, the firm can enhance performance, enhance the quality of
its products or services, and increase customer satisfaction by providing training to
its employees. This study demonstrates that all facets of E-training and development
have a substantial impact on E-training. The efficacy of an organization’s E-training and
development endeavors hinges upon the caliber of its foundational infrastructure, its
online training methodologies, and the overall efficiency of its training system

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