This study reports the results of the formative evaluations of two computer-supported tools and the associated strategies for their use. Tools and strategies embedded in web-based courses can increase a supervisor’s involvement in helping employees transfer learning onto the workplace. Issues relating to characteristics of the tools and strategies as well as factors influencing their likelihood of use are identified via summaries of the two evaluation studies.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings AHRD 2004 Conference|
|Subtitle of host publication||Austin, texas, March 3 - March 7, 2004|
|Editors||Toby Marshall Egan, Michael Lane Morris, Vinod Inbakumar|
|Place of Publication||Bowling Green, OH, USA|
|Publisher||Academy of Human Resource Development|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
|Event||Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference 2004 - Austin, United States|
Duration: 3 Mar 2004 → 7 Mar 2004
|Conference||Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference 2004|
|Period||3/03/04 → 7/03/04|
- HRD Effectiveness
- Performance Improvement
Wognum, A. A. M. I., & Veldkamp, B. P. (2004). Strengthening a comprehensive model for explaining HRD effectiveness. In T. M. Egan, M. L. Morris, & V. Inbakumar (Eds.), Proceedings AHRD 2004 Conference: Austin, texas, March 3 - March 7, 2004 (pp. 968-975). Bowling Green, OH, USA: Academy of Human Resource Development.