Human Resource Development and Performance Improvement
- Prof. William J. Rothwell
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Human performance enhancement; Human performance improvement (HPI); Human performance technology (HPT); Human resource development (HRD); Performance consulting; Performance improvement; Performance technology
Human resource development (HRD) has been famously defined as “the integrated use of training and development, organization development, and career development to improve individual, group, and organizational effectiveness” (McLagan 1989, p. 7). Human performance improvement (HPI) is usually understood to mean “the systematic process of discovering and analyzing important human performance gaps, planning for future improvement in human performance, designing and developing cost-effective and ethically justifiable interventions to close performance gaps, implementing the interventions, and evaluating the financial and nonfinancial results” (Rothwell 2000, p. 89). But “the total performance improvement system is a merger of systematic performanc ...
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- Human Resource Development and Performance Improvement
- Reference Work Title
- Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning
- pp 1460-1462
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- Springer US
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- Springer Science+Business Media, LLC
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- Editor Affiliations
- 1. Faculty of Economics and Behavioral Sciences, Department of Education, University of Freiburg
- Author Affiliations
- 1. College of Education, The Pennsylvania State University, 310B Keller Building, 16802, University Park, PA, USA
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