aet550 | Graduate

Performance Improvement And Management

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This course provides learners with an overview of performance improvement principles. Learners identify and analyze organizational performance gaps, create learning interventions to diminish those gaps, and evaluate training using Kirkpatrick’s four levels.

This graduate-level course is 6 This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6

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    Performance Gaps

    • Determine the nature of a performance gap based on motivation (affective domain), declarative knowledge (cognitive domain), and procedural knowledge (psychomotor domain)
    • Examine the role of the performance model in identifying performance gaps
    • Inspect the causes of performance gaps

    Human Performance Technology

    • Describe the human performance technology (HPT) process
    • Define performance improvement
    • Demonstrate that performance improvement is systems-based
    • Compare and contrast the components of performance improvement and of instructional design
    • Relate the performance improvement process to the ADDIE model

    Performance Interventions

    • Define performance interventions and the role they play in the HPT process
    • Examine the types of performance interventions
    • Inspect the factors that influence the selection of performance interventions
    • Determine the risks in selecting an inappropriate intervention

    Performance Evaluations

    • Examine the four levels of Kirkpatrick’s evaluation model
    • Examine the types of performance evaluations to measure results of an intervention
    • Analyze the factors that influence the evaluation of performance
    • Justify the success of the performance intervention

    Human Performance Management

    • Examine the key features of ideal performance management
    • Define performance management
    • Analyze learning theories and their impact on the performance management process

    Becoming a Practitioner in Performance Management

    • Review opportunities in performance management
    • Outline a career development plan that includes certification, continuing education, and job outlook
    • Examine ethical standards in performance management
    • Inspect roles of successful practitioners in the field of performance management
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