Learning and Performance: A Systemic Model for Analysing Needs and Evaluating Training
This is a practical guide for using systems thinking concepts such as boundary judgements, multiple perspectives and interrelationships in carrying out training needs analyses and programme evaluation.
It explains how to use these ideas to explore areas of concern in organisational performance, in order to identify a holistic set of solutions which can improve performance. For evaluating training, it uses these tools to provide a practical approach to evaluating both the learning and impact of training.
Cultural differences and improving performance
This looks at how different national cultural characteristics can affect attitudes to workplace performance.
It can help you to identify what may be causing performance issues in a culturally diverse workforce and suggests what you can do about it.
E-HR explains how intranet technologies can improve human resource administration.
Read this if you have made or are thinking about making the move towards web-based HR systems. It will help you decide how to make the transition from legacy systems painlessly and get the best out of your new systems.