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the processof evaluating the organization, indi employees, employees' tasks to determinewhat kinds of training, if any, are necessary.
1. organization - what is thecontext in which training will occur?
2. Person - who needs training?
3. Task - what subjects shouldthe training cover?
a combo ofemployee characteristics and posi work environment that permit training.Cognitive ability = being able to use written and spoken language, math skills,logic skills. Work environment - situational constraints - limits on training'seffectiveness that arise from situations from org. Social support - org'speople support workers
- a trainingmethod that reps a real-life situation, with trainees making decisionsresulting in outcomes that mirror what would happen on the job. Elementsidentical to those in the workplace. Avatars - computer depictions oftrainees, which the trainees manipulate in an online role-play
virtual reality - a comp based techthat provides an interactive, 3D learning experience
ameasurement tool that gather sratings of a manger's use of skills associatedwith success in managing
assignementof an employee to a position with less responsibility/authority. poorperformance/develop different skills
anexperienced productive senior employee who helps develop a less-experiencedemployee
- a peer ormanager who works with an employee to motivate the employee, help him or herdevelop skills, and provide reinforcement/feedback
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