chpt6_I-O - CHAPTER 6 Organizational Learning Learning...

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CHAPTER 6: Organizational Learning
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Learning Objectives Understand the relationship between learning and task performance. Understand training needs assessment (I.e., organizational, task, and person analyses). Learn about various types of training. Understand the evaluation of training and development programs.
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Training Definition.
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Learning and Task Performance Definition. Three phases of learning: Declarative knowledge. Knowledge compilation. Procedural knowledge.
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Assessing Training Needs Three step process to assess training needs : Organizational Analysis: Organizational transfer climate. Task Analysis: Training objectives. Task Analysis Process: Task statements. Task clusters. Develop KSA’s and relevant tasks. Develop training program from KSA-task links. Physical fidelity. Psychological fidelity. Person Analysis.
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Methods and Techniques of Training Computer-Based Training Advantages. Disadvantages.
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BUS ADM 442 taught by Professor Zeatier during the Spring '07 term at Wisconsin Milwaukee.

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chpt6_I-O - CHAPTER 6 Organizational Learning Learning...

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