Learning The process by which change in knowledge or skills is acquired through education or experie

Learning The process by which change in knowledge or skills is acquired through education or experie

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1. Learning The process by which change in knowledge or skills is acquired through education or experience. 2. Learning criteria A standard for judging the effectiveness of training that refers to the amount of new knowledge, skills, and abilities acquired through training. 3. Management development The process by which individuals serving in management or leadership positions are trained to better perform the job. 4. Melting pot conception A concept behind facilitating relationships among people of different cultures based on them relinquishing their individual cultural identities to form a new, unified culture as a means of coexisting. Often contrasted with multicultural conception. 5. Mentor Typically an older and more experienced person who helps to professionally develop a less experienced person. 6. Multicultural conception A concept behind facilitating relationships among people of different cultures
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Unformatted text preview: based on them retaining their individual cultural identities as a means of coexisting. Often contrasted with melting pot conception. 7. Organizational analysis A phase of training needs analysis directed at determining whether training is a viable solution to organizational problems, and if so, where in the organization training should be directed. 8. Person analysis A phase of training needs analysis directed at identifying which individuals within an organization should receive training. 9. Physical fidelity A concept from training pertaining to the degree of similarity between the physical characteristics of the training environment and the work environment. Often compared with psychological fidelity. 10. Procedural knowledge A body of knowledge about how to use information to address issues and solve problems. Often compared with declarative knowledge....
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course PSY 2012 taught by Professor Scheff during the Fall '08 term at Broward College.

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