These questions are taken from the textbook "Handbook of Training Evaluation and Measurement Methods" by Jack J. Phllips. I would like some insight to the following questions.
WHEN IS IT IMPORTANT TO USE CONTROL GROUPS IN THE EVALUATION PROCESS? IS THIS A COMMON PRACTICE? EXPLAIN.
WHAT FACTORS AFFECT THE TIMING OF MEASUREMENTS IN AN EVALUATION PROCESS?
ARE THE THREATS TO VALIDITY USUALLY CONSIDERED IN MOST EVALUATION SCHEMES? EXPLAIN.
SUPPOSE YOU ARE DEVELOPING A TRAINING PROGRAM FOR SALES REPRESENTATIVES IN AN EFFORT TO BOOST SALES IN A MEDIUM-SIZED ORGANIZATION. WHICH EVALUATION DESIGN MAY BE APPROPRIATE? EXPLAIN.
IN A SINGLE-GROUP TIME SERIES DESIGN, HOW MANY MEASUREMENTS ARE NECESSARY? EXPLAIN?
ONE HRD EXECUTIVE STATED, "...ALTHOUGH WE TRY TO SHOW THE RESULTS OF OUR PROGRAMS, WE ARE NOT CONCERNED THAT MUCH WITH EVALUATION DESIGNS." WHAT IS THE BASIS FOR THIS COMMENT?
WHEN CLASSIC EVALUATION DESIGNS ARE NOT FEASIBLE, HOW CAN THE INFLUENCE OF THE PROGRAM BE ISOLATED? EXPLAIN
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO OBTAIN PARTICIPANT FEEDBACK IN TRAINING PROGRAMS?
ONE HRD MANAGER COMMENTED ".....SMILE SHEETS (PARTICIPANT FEEDBACK FORMS) ARE NOT WORTH THE TIME IT TAKES TO COMPLETE THEM. THESE HAPPINESS RATINGS DO NOTHING BUT FEED THE EGO OF THE INSTRUCTOR." IS THIS TRUE? EXPLAIN.
DESIGN A PARTICIPANT FEEDBACK FORM FOR A ONE-DAY WORKSHOP ON IMPROVING INTERVIEWING SKILLS.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ATTITUDE SURVEYS IN EVALUATION?
WHY ARE PERFORMANCE TESTS IMPORTANT TO HRD EVALUATION?
DESIGN AND DESCRIBE A PERFORMANCE TEST TO MEASURE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A TRAINING PROGRAM DESIGNED TO IMPROVE INTERVIEWING SKILLS.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 7:28 pm ad1c9bdddf
This solution addresses an array of discussion questions related to research methods and design.
Research Design & Methodology
I'm looking for your help again. This time to write up the research design and methodology section for at least 2000 words.
I have a paper which I've attached which you can follow and summarize. Just make sure to include the reference list in Harvard style. You can use the references within the attached paper where applicable.
As for the content structure I'm looking for, it's as follow:
2) Choosing an appropriate methodology
a. Epistemological considerations
b. What is qualitative research
i. Criticisms of qualitative research methods
ii. Justification for the use of qualitative research methods
c. The research design: case study method & interviews
i. Justification of using case study & interview methodology
ii. Limitation of both methodologies
d. The collection of data using both methodologies (how is this done)
i. Case study as a method for data collection
ii. Interview as a method of data collection
3) Ethical considerations
a. Principles of informed consent
b. Right to anonymity and confidentiality
c. Selection of participants
d. Interview process
The paper I'm writing on is on the application of change management model in assessing the change management progress within an organization. For this, I intend to utilize case studies, use the change model and see if the steps were applied and whether the change was successful. I also intend to utilize interviews to get more information about the different steps within the model.
You''ll find that the attached file already has most of the stuff so you can just summarize the important bits. Do let me know if this can be done. Thanks!View Full Posting Details