Organizational Development and Assessment
Assessment and Performance Improvement Based on the Baldrige Performance Excellence Framework
Team Work and Team Building
- Process flow charting, mapping
- Procedure documentation
- Brainstorming, idea generation
- Data collection and analysis
Learning and Development
The Interactive Model of Program Planning for adults, as described by Carrafella and Daffron (Caffarella, R. S., Daffrom, S. R. (2013). Planning Programs for Adult Learners: A Practical Guide (3rd ed.). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.) This model encompasses all aspects of ADDIE and other traditional models of program planning.
Program and Educational Evaluation
Evaluation is a systematic assessment focused on finding ways to improve a program, service, or educational effort. The key concept is that an evaluation should address quality, worth, integrity and honesty, significance, and lessons learned. The most important purpose is to improve, not to prove.
The CIPP Model, developed by Daniel Stufflebeam in the 1960s, achieves those goals, and has evolved over time from a focus on process and product to a systems/improvement-oriented framework including the four components of Context, Input, Process, and Product.
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