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ERIC Number: ED114631
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: N/A
Pages: 17
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Managing Employee Development: A Step-By-Step Approach.
Wright, Chester; And Others
A guide for agencies in setting up new employee development programs or a tool for assessing existing ones, the paper presents an eight-step process for organizational training. Step 1 commences with the identification and ranking of learning needs, or conducting a needs assessment. Step 2, selection of learning objectives, includes a job analysis and job performance standards (terminal performance objectives and interim objectives). Step 3 focuses on the selection of learning content while Step 4 is directed toward the selection of learning approaches for training and education. Step 5 deals with the selection of learning resources (resource adequacy and cost/value analysis) and is followed by Step 6, the selection of participants. Step 7, conduct of the learning experience, considers the learning environment, the learning process, and the learning technology. The concluding step involves evaluation (inputs, implementation, outputs, and results) as well as feedback. Although the eight steps may be described as a learning sequence, there is a constant process of interaction between steps. (EA)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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Authoring Institution: Civil Service Commission, Washington, DC. Bureau of Training.