Training requires analysis – procedure of gathering data which allows an organization to identify and compare its actual level with its desired level of performance. Performance can be interpreted as meaning the skills, knowledge and attitudes compulsory for staff to do the job effectively and accomplish the organisation’s objectives.
(a) Using a concrete instance describe carefully the procedure involved in TNA.
(b) describe, using exs what you understand by performance.
Career planning and development: is a procedure undertaken for the purpose of becoming aware of oneself, accessible opportunities, existing constraints, choices to be made, and consequences to be anticipated. (J.B. Miner, 1992)
describe carefully three activities which could be envisaged to improve planning and development.
Illustrate PMS. Describe some of the reasons why PMS fail.
Linking HRD plans and policies of organisation’s strategic goals can bring numerous benefits.
describe two of the most significant advantages which the above strategy can bring to the organization.
Van Luijk (1994) states ethics as being to do with practice and reflection related to norms and values which govern our relationships with others.
Illustrate using concrete exs any two actions found in model of action patterns framework proposed by author.