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Fundamentals of Standard Setting

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Melissa Fein

Standard setting, in the context of criterion-referenced test development, describes the process used to determine the thresholds of minimally acceptable performance levels. More »

Assessing Competencies Starts With a Measurable Competency Model

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William J. Rothwell

To assess competencies, learning and performance professionals, not just performance professionals, must work with a competency model that is measurable. A measurable competency model identifies the competencies of the position or job, as well as the behavioral indicato... More »

Indirect Conversion of Employee Behavior to Monetary Value

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Through a monetary conversion of benefits and costs, a return-on-investment (ROI) forecast projected calculations of the anticipated impact of coaching and mentoring to improve data entry processes. The overarching problematic issues involve complex data entry processes... More »

You Say Ee-ther and I Say Eye-ther: Clarifying Assessment and Evaluation

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George and Ira Gershwins timeless lyrics from the 1937 film, Shall We Dance, have Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers lamenting different pronunciations of the same words: You say ee-ther and I say eye-ther, you say nee-ther and I say ny-ther. Ee-ther, eye-ther, nee-ther, ny... More »

Avoiding Biased Questions For Training Needs Assessments

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Note: This article is reprinted with permission from Jossey Bass/Pfeiffer from the forthcoming book, The Trainers Portable Mentor of Training & Development. Asking the right questions is much more important than having the right answers! How can you ask questions th... More »

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