CHAPTER 2A MODEL FOR CREATING A MULTIPLE - LOCATION T&D SYSTEM

It is best to do things systematically, since we are only human, and disorder is our worst enemy.

HESIOD

A multiple-location T&D system can be characterized as a set of building blocks, with each block representing one aspect of the department. In this chapter we will describe this system and its components as viewed from two major perspectives: the training and development perspective and the business perspective. As seen in Figure 2.1, the system can be modeled after the classic ADDIE development process, covering all aspects from analysis to evaluation. For the system to stand as designed, each building block must be in place and held together with the “glue” of political savvy, ...

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