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MHR 6551, Training and Development Assessment I




Knowledge is composed of which three interrelated types?;Answer;Declarative, practical, and strategic;Declarative, practical, and skill;Compilation, automatic, and strategic;Declarative, procedural, and strategic;None of the above;4 points;Question 2;A mechanistic design is best applied in which of the following situations?;Answer;Non routine technologies;Small businesses;High volume assembly lines;Where there are not clear answers to many of the problems that arise;4 points;Question 3;Strategic planning is best defined as;Answer;the development of a relatively long term mission.;the development of relatively short term objectives.;A process for determining how best to pursue the organizations mission while meeting the demands of the environment;the development of values and ideals of the organization.;4 points;Question 4;Organizational development is best defined as;Answer;a profession that deals with reacting to changes in external environment.;a profession and field of study that creates and implements planned change in organizations.;a profession and field of study that deals with creating and implementing new ideas in the organization.;a field of study and profession that deals with explaining serendipitous events.;4 points;Question 5;Which best explains the strategic training alternative of the internal provider?;Answer;All or most training developed in house, each phase handled by specialists, and needs developed from a decentralized HRD function;All or most training purchased from outside sources, each phase handled by specialists, and needs developed from a centralized HRD function.;All or most training activities provided by outside trainers and training function's role is to select and manage training suppliers.;All or most training developed in house, each phase handled by specialists, and needs developed from a centralized HRD function.;4 points;Question 6;In the evaluation of training, a determination of whether the trainer actually covered all aspects of the training as designed is called;Answer;outcome evaluation.;outcome.;phase evaluation.;process evaluation.;procedural evaluation.;4 points;Question 7;What is ISO 9000?;Answer;A series of standards to assure consistency in product quality.;An HR software package.;A quality standard set by the Japanese.;A strategic quality forecasting model.;All of the above.;4 points;Question 8;What are some reasons companies should invest in strategic HR?;Answer;To be able to grow;To increase their market value;To centralize their strategies;To involve management;4 points;Question 9;OD interventions could be implemented more successfully if they included training where employees;Answer;developed a common knowledge and skill base in the area of the intervention.;Understood group dynamics and became skilled at working within groups.;Understood and became skilled at using a common problem solving model.;Both A & C.;All of the above.;4 points;Question 10;In the training process model, evaluation begins at which point?;Answer;During the design phase.;During the implementation phase.;During the analysis phase.;During the development phase.;4 points;Question 11;Define KSA?s and explain the different levels of each.;Answer;Press Tab to enter the content editor. For the toolbar, press ALT+F10 (PC) or ALT+FN+F10 (Mac).;Path:pWords:0;30 points;Question 12;Describe how the model of training processes serves as a problem?solving tool. Include a brief explanation of each of the five phases.;Answer


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