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Human Rеsоurсе Dеvеlорmеnt3

Human Rеsоurсе Dеvеlорmеnt

Lecturer

Human Rеsоurсе Dеvеlорmеnt

The systematic approach to learning is a method that has been tried and found to be true when it comes to ensuring consistency and optimal performance in all levels of an organization. An organization needs to adopt the systematic approach when it comes to learning need analysis due to the wide range of benefits associated with the approach. The systematic approach ensures that an organization maximizes its returns on the employee education that has been offered. The approach also needs to be used due to hand on design. Based on this aspect, organizations tend to have different expectations, protocols and jobs that need to be fulfilled (Rossi, Freeman & Lipsey 2003). The approach is therefore successful and helpful since it appreciates this fact and offers high level of input within its stringent structure. Despite its associated advantages, there are other firms that may fail to adopt the systematic approach and this can be due to the fact that, the approach seems to be tedious and time consuming. Based on these, firms may look for easier approaches and apply them instead of the systematic approach (Rossi, Freeman & Lipsey 2003). A cohort specific approach is more feasible and sensible in large organizations since it is likely to offer the most accurate results and justify the results in a clear and concise way. Thus, large organizations are likely to use such as an approach so as to get the best out of the approach as compared to other approaches that may act as trails and errors methods and which may offer invalid or questionable results (Power & Elliott 2006).

References

Power, C & Elliott, J 2006, ‘Cohort profile: 1958 British Cohort Study’, International Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 34–41.

Rossi, P, Freeman, H & Lipsey, M 2003, Evaluation: A systematic Approach, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks.