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MTS KQSS Domain 3D/E

MTS domains 3D and 3E

3.D1 Describe the four quadrants of the Human Performance System Model (HPSM). Q1: Establish performance standards and requirements. Q2: Design human performance solutions. Q3: Develop, build, and integrate tools. Q4: Implement & Test Intervention; Evaluate“Product of Plan”
3.D2 In quadrant 1 of the HPSM, who must validate all individual unit and group job/task requirements? Fleet CINC
3.D3 Describe the Navy's new learning model that integrates technology and human performance requirements into a complete package. Navy Content Object Model (NCOM). The Navy's version of SCORM.
3.D4 Who performs most of the functions in Quadrant 2 and coordinated the activities of Quadrant 3 in the HPSM? Program Manager.
3.D5 Discuss the fundamentals of the science of learning. -TAILORED instruction better than group paced. -Build CONFIDENCE in trainees. -Build learner SELF-AWARENESS for aiding learning process. -OPTIMAL INSTRUCTION needs analysis. -MEASUREMENT AND FEEDBACK -LEARNING IS CONTINUAL -BLENDED SOLUTIONS
3.D6 Describe the four major methods of learning in the Navy Learning Model. REFERENCE BASED: access to reference as needed. COMPUTER MEDIATED: learner interacts with a computer, system, or other tech. COLLABORATIVE: students teach each other. INSTRUCTOR LED: Learners interact face to face with instructor.
3.D7 Defind the following terms commonly used for Human Performance Professionals: a. Change Management, b. Competencies, c. Executive review of Navy Training, d. Performance Gap, a. Convergence of two fields of thought. b. The KSA's an individual brings to a job. c. Reviews entire Navy training system and makes recommendations. d. The result of increased demand for talent and declining group of experience.
3.D7 e. Intervention Opportunities f. Knowledge Skills Abilities, and Tasks. g. Measure of Effectiveness (MOE), h. Measure of Performance (MOP) e. Methods of improving efficiency & effectiveness to cope with perfomance gap. f. Competencies can be expressed in these terms. g/h. MOP/MOE are metrics designed to assess the impact of training on an organization.
3.D8 Discuss the Human Performance Improvement Process. HPI is the Human Performance Center's recommended approach to applying the practice of human performance technology. A RESULTS BASED SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO IDENTIFYING, ASSESSING, AND RESOLVING PERFORMANCE ISSUES within the framework of an organization.
3.D9 Explain the roles and responsibilites of the Contracting Officers (CO), Contracting Officer's Rep (COR), Technical Points of Contact (TPOC), ILE Content Sponsor, ILE Project Manager, and ILE Content Developer. CO: Authority to enter/administer/end contracts. COR: rep of the CO. TPOC: Provide technical direction regarding specs. Content Sponsor: Approval authority of ILE content. Pro Man: Develop and maintain ILE content. Developer develops content.
3.E1 Define knowledge management. Integration of people and processes; enabled by technology.
3.E2 Explain tacit and explicit knowledge. TACIT: gathered through experience. EXPLICIT: Documented and read to gain knowledge.
3.E3 Define a community of practice and community of interest. Community of Practice: Group of people sharing information (Aircrew meetings). Community of Interest: Group of people with common interest or passion (Biker's clubs).
3.E4 Define the benefits of a community of practice. Improve organization's performance through increased effectiveness, quality, and innovation.
3.E5 Describe two ways to capture/share knowledge. Interviews and Story telling.
3.E6 Explain the relationship between knowledge management and information technology. Information technology is the supply side of knowledge management.
3.E7 Define the following terms commonly used by knowledge management professionals: a. Knowledge share, b. Knowledge transfer, c. Business rules, d. Best practices, e. Metrics a. when information is exchanged. b. when knowledge is shared between different parts of an organization. c. rules that an organization has. d. most effective way to do business. e. the standards used for measurement.
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