Needs Assessment: A User's Guide (Google eBook)

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Educational Technology, Jan 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 190 pages
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This book is for anyone involved in planning, management, administration, organizational change, assessment, evaluation and renewal. It is for: people who must decide where to go and justify why; those who conduct needs assessments; administrators, managers, executives. It provides professionals with advice on the type of needs assessent they should use, why and how. The book provides an explanation of different types of needs assessments, when each is most appropriate to use, and how to successfully construct each type of needs assessment.
  

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Contents

NEEDS ASSESSMENT THE BASICS
1
MEGALEVEL NEEDS ASSESSMENT
23
MACROLEVEL NEEDS ASSESSMENT
51
MICROLEVEL NEEDS ASSESSMENT
77
QUASI NEEDS ASSESSMENT
99
NEEDS ASSESSMENT ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
123
A NEEDS ASSESSMENT TOOL KIT
141
Bibliography
181
Index
185
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About the author (1993)

Kaufman is Professor of Educational Research, and Director of the Center for Needs Assessment and Planning, at Florida State University. He is also affiliated with the faculty of industrial engineering and management systems at the University of Central Florida. He has served as Professor at the U.S. International University and at Chapman University, both in California. He earned his Ph.D. from New York University, an M.A. from Johns Hopkins, and a B.A. from George Washington University.

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