HRM 531 Week 4 Knowledge Check

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HRM 531 Week 4
Knowledge Check



The material
presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need to know
in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge
and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to
help you master the material.

Personalized
Study Guide Results:

Score: 12 / 12

Concepts Mastery
Questions

Four Levels of
Needs Analysis 100% • 1

• 2• 3

Principles That
Enhance Learning 100% • 4

• 5• 6

Three Categories
of Training Methods 100% • 7

• 8• 9

Steps in
Evaluation Phase 100% • 10

• 11

• 12

Concept: Four
Levels of Needs Analysis

Mastery : 100%
Questions : • 1

• 2• 3

Materials on the
concept:

• Assessing
Training Needs

• Assessing
Training Needs and Designing Training Programs

1.

The level of
training needs analysis that focuses on identifying whether training supports
the company’s strategic direction is called _____ analysis.

• A.

individual

• B.

environmental

• C.

operations

• D.

organization

2.

_____ analysis
is helpful in determining the special needs of a particular group, such as
older workers, women, or managers at different levels.

• A.

Individual

• B.

Operations

• C.

Demographic

• D.

Organization

3.

The level of
training needs analysis that attempts to identify the content of the training
is _____ analysis.

• A.

operations

• B.

individual

• C.

environmental

• D.

organizational

Concept:
Principles That Enhance Learning

Mastery : 100%
Questions : • 4

• 5• 6

Materials on the
concept:

• Principles
that Enhance Learning

4.

_____ refers to
the material that is rich in association for the trainees and is therefore
easily understood by them.

• A.

Meaningfulness

• B.

Pygmalion effect

• C.

Orientation

• D.

Training paradox

5.

Which theory is
founded on the premise that an individual’s intentions regulate his or her
behavior?

• A.

Attribution
theory

• B.

Grounded theory

• C.

Correspondent
inference theory

• D.

Goal theory

6.

When trainees
are given the opportunity to practice far beyond the point where they have
performed a task correctly several times, the task becomes second nature and is

• A.

repetitive

• B.

overlearned

• C.

boring

• D.

irrelevant

Concept: Three
Categories of Training Methods

Mastery : 100%
Questions : • 7

• 8• 9

Materials on the
concept:

• Selecting
Training Methods

7.

The systematic,
long-range program within information presentation training methods to improve
the organization is

• A.

conferences

• B.

intelligent
tutoring

• C.

on-the-job
training

• D.

organizational
development

8.

Which of the
following is an example of the simulation method of training?

• A.

Job rotation

• B.

Orientation

• C.

Correspondence
courses

• D.

In-basket

9.

Which of the
following is an example of an on-the-job training method?

• A.

Intelligent
tutoring

• B.

Role playing

• C.

Understudy
assignments

• D.

Case method

Concept: Steps
in Evaluation Phase

Mastery : 100%
Questions : • 10

• 11

• 12

Materials on the
concept:

• Evaluating
Training Programs

10.

In evaluating
training programs, it is important to distinguish _____ from data-collection
methods.

• A.

targets of
evaluation

• B.

organizational
payoffs

• C.

cost-benefit
analysis

• D.

individual
participation

11.

The impact of
training on _____ is the most significant, but it is the most difficult effect
to demonstrate.

• A.

trainee
self-esteem

• B.

organizational
results

• C.

demographics

• D.

action learning

12.

The evaluation
phase is one phase of the process for effective training to occur. Which of the
following is not a part of the evaluation phase?

• A.

Development
criteria

• B.

Pretest trainees

• C.

Monitor training

• D.

Select training
media
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