ASTD Models for Human Performance Improvement: Roles, Competencies, and Outputs
American Society for Training and Development, Jan 1, 1996 - Employees - 91 pages
Examining a broad range of human performance improvement strategies, this work covers such topics as: definitions of human performance improvement (HPI); key influences on HPI; HPI roles and how they are tied to the HPI process; competencies in HPI work; applications and resources for competency building; and ethical issues in HPI work.
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Foundation for Human Performance Improvement
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American Society analyzing and solving areas Associated with HPI ASTD Models provides Basic Intermediate Advanced behavior cause analysis Column Competency Assessment Competency level Consulting Skills Core Competencies Current Work Future employee Environmental scans ethical issues evaluation feedback Fishbone goals guide for analyzing HPI process model HPI Roles HRD practitioners human performance gaps human performance improvement human performance technology human resource development ideal performance identify impact implementation improve human performance improvement inter improvement process model Individual Development Plan individuals inﬂuence Interpersonal Relationship interventions on processes leaming line managers mance gaps mance improvement McLagan Models for HRD oral reports organizational ossey-Bass Pennsylvania State University performance analysis performance improvement interventions performance improvement process performing HPI plans process owners programs quality requirements root cause(s Rothwell San Francisco Society for Training stakeholders Systems Thinking Terminal Outputs tions Training and Development trends understanding ventions workforce Worksheet Written and oral Written or oral