Presentation on theme: "CHAPTER 11 The Nature of Expertise. Knowledge versus Expertise Insights from Military Training Research and Practice Documenting Workplace Expertise."— Presentation transcript:
CHAPTER 11 The Nature of Expertise
Knowledge versus Expertise Insights from Military Training Research and Practice Documenting Workplace Expertise Learning Strategies for Realms of Expertise Expertise and Expert Performance
Operational Definitions of Expertise and Competence --Contributed by Richard W. Herling The Need for an Operational Understanding of Expertise Theoretical Perspectives of Expertise Forming an Operational Definition of Expertise Implications of Expertise for HRD
Expertise can be operationally defined by these two desired characteristics of displayed behavior– the consistent demonstrated actions of an individual which are (1) efficient in their execution and (2) effective in their results.
Training Roles and Responsibilities
Chapter 11 Reflection Questions 1. What exactly is expertise and why is it important to HRD? 2. Cite a personal experience that illustrates the concept of expertise. 3. What is the difference between knowledge, competence, and expertise? 4. How would HRD/T&D differ if it was committed to developing knowledge versus expertise? 5. How would HRD/T&D differ if it was committed to competence versus expertise? 6.What challenges to the profession arise from focusing on expertise as an outcome of T&D? How could they be overcome?