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From Needs Assessment to Action : Transforming Needs into Solution Strategies - James W. Altschuld

From Needs Assessment to Action

Transforming Needs into Solution Strategies

Paperback Published: 1st January 2000
ISBN: 9780761909323
Number Of Pages: 304

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<P>Going beyond the simple process of assessing needs to the implementation of solutions for resolving them, this sequel to the best seller, Planning and Conducting Needs Assessments, shows you how the results of needs assessments can be transformed into action plans for an organization and the procedures for facilitating that change. Unique to this book is a detailed glossary of needs assessment terms. Through the use of real world examples drawn from various fields, the book provides in-depth procedures for: </P><P>- Analyzing and combining different types of data collected in the needs assessment process </P><P>- Prioritizing needs </P><P>- Selecting solution strategies </P><P>- Designing and implementing solution strategies; and </P><P>- Examining </P>

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"A major contribution to the literature of the field. It deals with areas that are not covered in any other book I know of, and does so well." -- Nick Eastmond

The Need
The Need
The Three Phases of Needs Assessment
A Closer Look
Data Related Issues and Survey Methods
Obtaining Needs Assessment Data In Other Ways and Putting the Data Puzzle Together
Setting Needs-Based Priorities
From Needs to Solution Strategies
Designing Needs-Based Action Plans
Multiple (Mixed) Methods Needs Assessments
Closing Thoughts
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ISBN: 9780761909323
ISBN-10: 076190932X
Series: Needs Assessment Ser.
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 1st January 2000
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.67 x 14.86  x 1.93
Weight (kg): 0.46

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