Unfortunately, with the start of the academic semester and an uptick in my consulting business, I am unable to continue to provide extensive notes. I actually purchased the printed TD Book of Knowledge to continue studying while I am on the treadmill. Providing comprehensive notes is a bit of a challenge. So I will only be providing during the final 10 days of my study journey some quick key takeaways and links to articles. If I get time, I will return to the notes and update these blogs.
Some key points:
To design effective support for learners, TD professionals should think about it from the learner’s perspective, consider the physical environment, and make it easy to access.
From this article: www.td.org/insights/why-performance-improvement-is-essential
ATD Research recently surveyed 649 talent development professionals about their organization’s use of performance improvement. The findings are published in ATD’s new research report Organizational Performance Improvement: Methods and Skills to Drive Business Results, sponsored by Allego. The findings below are based on the 229 participants whose organizations have performance improvement processes in place.
FindingsThe top benefit respondents have seen from the performance improvement process is improved employee productivity, as 58 percent of respondents cited this as a result their organization has experienced. Other benefits include improved quality or reduced errors (55 percent), improved employee satisfaction (52 percent), and reduced re-work or duplication of effort (50 percent).
What is HPI?
The HPI process helps you to articulate your business goals, link these goals to human performance, diagnose the current state of performance in the organization, find the root causes for performance deficiencies, implement solutions, and evaluate their results.
Focus on intrinsic and extrinsic motivators when implementing change
Use a variety of tools to measure and engage workers, including apps, interactive PDFs, etc.
Organizational learning is a key factor
Hi. I am Craig Engstrom, I am posting some daily study notes as I cover each of the capabilities covered in the new Association for Talent Development's CPTD certification exam.