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1 By Gwen Hwang and Minyoung Moon April 18, 2013 HRD 625

2 Fun Pleasure Visual Pleasure Learning Pleasure(MBO System) Motivating Pleasure

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5  Where is Jia originally from?

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7  Jia has a Ph.D. from ________?

8  University of Georgia

9  When did Jia come to Texas A&M to teach? a. July, 2002 b. July, 2004 c. July, 2007 d. July, 2012

10  C. 2007, July

11  Which one is not included in Jia’s Research Interest? a. Crisis management b. International human resource development c. Learning within organizations d. Adult learning and development

12  D. Adult learning and development

13  What are three primary components of HRD?

14  OD (Organization Development)  CD (Career Development)  TD (Training & Development)

15  Core HRD Beliefs Organizations are 00000-made entities that rely on 00000 expertise in order to establish and achieve their goals.

16  Human

17  What are the three component HRD theory? P_____ theory E_____ theory S_____ theory

18  Psychological theory captures the core human aspects of developing human resources as well as the socio-technical interplay of humans and systems.  Economic theory captures the core issues of the efficient and effective utilization of resources to meet productive goals in a competitive environment.  Systems theory captures the complex and dynamic interactions of environments, organizations, process, group, and individual variables operating at any point in time and over time.

19  Where is the next AHRD conference going to be?

20  Houston, Texas

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49  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JUFjTOM32g http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JUFjTOM32g

50  Definition : A management system in which the objectives of an organization are agreed upon so that management and employees understand a common way forward. MBO was introduced by Peter Drucker in the 1950s An Austrian-born American management consultant

51 Setting goals: supervisors and subordinates collectively set the goals for the organization. Developing action plan: Who is responsible for what action? Reviewing progress: Is a periodic review to ensure that action plans are working. Appraising overall performance: weather goals are achieved or not. If goals are achieved, then giving rewards to employees for their good performance. Evaluation of the whole process is done at the year end.

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53  For MBO to be successful, three things have to happen 1. Top Management Must Be Committed 2. It must be applied organization wide 3. Objectives must cascade

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