1. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using the A.D.D.I.E. 5 Step Training Process to improve performance management (175 words).
Summarize how you would, plan, implement, and control the A.D.D.I.E. model in a department to achieve forecast goals. There are several on-the-job training methods (Dessler, 2019, p. 207) that may be used in the A.D.D.I.E. training program. When planning, implementing, and controlling the program, what on-the-job training methods would you include to support the training program and its 5 steps for improvements in performance management.
2. Reply to the following comment of the classmates:
There are many advantages to the A.D.D.I.E. 5 step training process. I feel one of the main advantages is being able to tailor the training program to an individuals needs in order for them to succeed and the training to be successful. One reason for this is analyzing the training need. This is really important because the actually training needs have to be pin pointed, because is this part is not done correctly than the rest of the steps will not matter. Also, putting together the training plan is very important. Management needs to distinguish the best way for this to be done depending on the position, and get input from the employees that really matter and what training materials will help the new employees learn best. I feel another advantage is evaluating the courses effectiveness. It is easy to have a training program put together and to just leave it in place for an extended time. It is always best to evaluate the processes and programs in place and to take feedback in order to improve.
3. Reply to the following comment of the classmates:
The clear advantages that I can see for using A.D.D.I.E 5 step training process to improve performance management are the individual adaptation from the analysis. Due to being able to design and develop a training program that is personal to the individual needs is priceless. Employment training programs that I have had, at times, are hard to gain any useful information. This five-step process seems to be more on target for the individual, which allows for helpful training in the areas where the employee lacks the knowledge or skills needed.
I remember once when I was seeking employment from a temp agency, I was able to train for the prospective position through the learning portal in the office while applying for jobs. Based on my knowledge, I was ready to be placed with an insurance agency. The significant part about this experience was that I came in initially for a position that was far less of responsibility with less pay and ended up leaving with a better job placement opportunity due to the computer testing component.