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Ronald L. Jacobs is professor of human resource development in the College of Education. Ron has written over journal articles and book chapters, and has authored or edited six books that address a broad range of topics in the human resource development field.
His current work investigates how to address the development issues of knowledge workers. Ron is particularly known for his research and development work on structured on-the-job training S-OJTa training approach that he first introduced to the HRD literature in He is the author of the book, Structured On-the-Job Training: Unleashing Employee Expertise in the Workplace Berrett-Koehler, 2nd editionwhich has become the standard guide to help managers and national policy officials to implement this training approach.
Much of his research on this topic has been on determining the financial benefits of using S-OJT, information that has been critical for making more informed training decisions. Ron is also known for his writing and perspectives on the HRD research process, system theory applied to HRD, performance consulting, and introducing the ISO training guideline to the field.
SinceRon has been responsible for the graduate training of over HRD professionals. More than 30 of his Ph. He currently holds an adjunct professorship in human resource development at East China Normal University, Shanghai.
He is professor emeritus of workforce development and education at the Ohio State University. Common across all projects is the goal to help develop and improve workplace performance systems that respond to changing demands on employee competence. Jacobs actively integrates information from these various projects into his scholarship through partnership research projects and to his university instruction. Ron enjoys sailing, golfing, and spending time at his summer home on Lake Erie. Jacobs, R. Human Competence and Expertise. Foundations of Human Resource Development pp.
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Human Resource Development Quarterly21 1. Park, Y. The relationships among investment in workplace learning, organizational perspective on human resource development, organizational outcomes of workplace learning, and organizational performance in Kor. Human Resource Development Quarterly22 4 Human Resource Development Review8 2 Training and learning in the workplace. Huang, W. Human Resource Development International. Perspectives on adult education, human resource development, and the emergence of workforce development. System theory and human resource development. Developing a dissertation research problem: A guide for doctoral students in human resource development and adult education.
Dirani ed. Paul, MN. Dirani e Osman-Gani ed. An exploration of the relationships among organizational size, flexible work practices, and training. Graham ed. Work Analysis EPOL The ability to analyze work is a fundamental skill for individuals interested in human resource development. Work analysis is necessary for identifying job standards, deing training programs, performance support systems, evaluating work performance, and perhaps most importantly improving performance.
This course will provide students with the opportunity to learn and use range of work analysis techniques and to apply this information in service to an organization. Synchronous attendance preferred but not required. Moodle LMS. Learning on the Job EPOL Research and practice suggest that individuals learn most of what they know and can do while on-the-job, not in a corporate classroom or some other formal learning setting.
This seminar will provide opportunity to examine the literature on this topic and consider how they also might contribute to the literature through their own research. The seminar will also provide the opportunity to experience how to de a workplace learning system, such as structured on-the-job training. Synchronous attendance preferred, but not required. Thesis Seminar EPOL Deed to take students through the entire process of proposal development, this course is intended for masters or doctoral students who are ready to prepare a thesis or dissertation proposal.
Students will learn to use a systematic and comprehensive approach to develop the research proposal and how each step in the research process is related. Scholarly Perspectives of HRD EPOL Introduction to ificant problems, points of view, and trends in the field; explores ificant research relating to organization, content, and techniques.
Topics vary; consult Class Schedule for specific section offerings. Independent Study EPOL Offers opportunity and challenge of self-directive, independent study; develops the individual's ability as an independent student and enables the student to pursue needed study in a field in which appropriate courses are not being offered during a given term. With the aid of the faculty, students select the internship relevant to their career goals.
Strategic HRD HRD Study of the theories, research, and applications of strategic human resource development in a variety of organizational settings. The course examines both the internal and external consulting practices.
Issues of education and training of consultants for work in industry, business, government, and non-profit sectors are covered in detail. The broad perspective includes the social, cultural, and political factors that affect the research, planning, development, and implementation of adult education.
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