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職場のパフォーマンス改善ハンドブック (全3巻)Handbook of Improving Performance in the Workplace

職場のパフォーマンス改善ハンドブック (全3巻)Handbook of Improving Performance in the Workplace
職場のパフォーマンス改善ハンドブック (全3巻)
Handbook of Improving Performance in the Workplace

Kenneth Silber: Silber Performance Consulting
Wellesley R. Foshay: PLATO Learning
Ryan Watkins: George Washington University
James L. Moseley: The Lake Group
ISBN: 978-0-470-52543-2
Hardcover
1,492 pages (in 3 volumes)
NOVEMBER 2009
価格: US$400.00
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解説/DESCRIPTION

Wileyと、職場の生産性・パフォーマンス改善に関する代表的な国際機関であるthe International Society for Per-formance Improvementとの提携によって出版される全3巻の本書は、職場における訓練・学習・能力開発・生産性向上といったテーマに関する多数の論文を収録している。それぞれのトピックについての最新の知見・情報が、国際色豊かな専門家によって提示される。経営学の研究者および生産性改善に関わる実務家に、本書が提供する体系的かつ実用的な知識はきわめて有用なものとなろう。

目次/TABLE OF CONTENTS

Volume One: Instructional Design and Training Delivery
Part One: Foundations
1 Some Principles Underlying the Cognitive Approach to Instructional Design
2 A Principle-Based Model of Instructional Design
3 Origins and Evolution of Instructional Systems Design
Part Two: Analysis
4 Collecting Analysis Data
5 From Performance Analysis to Training Needs Assess-ment
6 Behavioral Task Analysis
7 Cognitive Task Analysis
Part Three: Instructional Strategies
8 An Analysis of the Failure of Electronic Media and Dis-covery-Based Learning: Evidence for the Performance Benefits of Guided Training Methods
9 Instructional Strategies for Receptive Learning Environ-ments
10 Instructional Strategies for Directive Learning Environ-ments
11 Assembling and Analyzing the Building Blocks of Problem-Based Learning Environments
12 High Engagement Strategies in Simulation and Gam-ing
13 Video Game-Based Learning: An Emerging Paradigm for Instruction
14 Training Complex Psychomotor Performance Skills: A Part-Task Approach
Part Four: Evaluation
15 An Overview of Level Two Certification Processes
16 The Role of Evaluation in Instructional Design
Part Five: Management
17 Managing ID/Training Development and Delivery
18 Managing Relationships in the Performance Improve-ment Process
19 Managing ID in the Context of a Training Organization

Volume Two: Intervention Selection and Implementation
Part One: Introduction
1 HPT Models: An Overview of the Major Models in the Field
2 Linking Practice and Theory
3 The Performance Pyramid
Part One: Editors' Discussion
Part Two: Vision, Mission, Objectives
4 Future Search
5 SWOT Analysis
6 Appreciative Inquiry
Part Two: Editors' Discussion
Part Three: Resources
7 Organizational Restructuring
Part Three: Editors' Discussion
Part Four: Expectations and Feedback
8 Realistic Job Previews
9 360-Degree Feedback
10 Performance Measurement and Management Sys-tems
11 Achieving Improved Performance Through Manage-rial Coaching
12 Performance Management Systems
Part Four: Editors' Discussion
Part Five: Tools, Environment, and Processes
13 Electronic Performance Support Systems
14 Performance Aids
15 Knowledge Management
16 The Change Readiness Rubric
17 Process Improvement
Part Five: Editors' Discussion
Part Six: Incentives, Rewards, and Recognition
18 Incentive Systems
19 Rewards, Positive Reinforcement, and Incentive Sys-tems
20 Employee and Executive Compensation
Part Six: Editors' Discussion
Part Seven: Motivation and Self-Concept
21 Motivational Communication
22 Career Mentoring
23 Job Crafting
Part Seven: Editors' Discussion
Part Eight: Knowledge and Skills
24 e-Learning
25 Cross-Disciplinary Team Learning
26 Mentoring
27 Executive Leadership Coaching
Part Eight: Editors' Discussion
Part Nine: Performance Capacity
28 Outsourcing
29 Succession Planning and Management
Part Nine: Editors' Discussion
Part Ten: Organizational Culture
30 Organizational Culture
31 Diversity and Cultural Competence
Part Ten: Editors' Discussion
Part Eleven: Continuous Monitoring
32 Needs Assessment
33 Data Collection
Part Eleven: Editors' Discussion
Part Twelve: Significant Accomplishments
34 Return on Investment
Part Twelve: Editors' Discussion
Editors' Epilogue

Volume Three: Measurement and Evaluation
Part One: Perspectives in Measurement and Evaluation
1 Measurement, Evaluation, and Research: Feedback for Decision Making
2 Measurement and Evaluation in the Workplace
3 Unleashing the Positive Power of Measurement in the Workplace
4 Relating Training and Business Performance: The Case for a Business Evaluation Strategy
5 Success Case Methodology in Measurement and Evaluation
Part Two: Pillars in Measurement and Evaluation
6 Needs Assessment: A Lighthouse Beacon
7 The Impact Evaluation Process
8 Full-Scope Evaluation: Do You "Really Oughta, Wanna"
9 How to Use Kirkpatrick’s Taxonomy Effectively in the Workplace
10 Ethical Considerations in Performance Measurement
Part Three: Mosaics in Measurement and Evaluation
11 Performance-Based Evaluation: Tools, Techniques, and Tips
12 Test Strategies: Verifying Capability to Perform
13 The Business of Program Evaluation: ROI
14 Integrated Evaluation: Improving Performance Im-provement
15 Using Evaluation Results to Improve Human Perform-ance Technology Projects
Part Four: Frontiers in Measurement and Evaluation
16 Understanding Context: Evaluation and Measurement in Non-Profit Sectors
17 Using New Technology to Create a User-Friendly Evaluation Process
18 New Kids on the Block: Evaluation in Practice
19 Expanding Scope of Evaluation in Today’s Organiza-tions
20 The Changing Role of Evaluators and Evaluation