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Needs Assessment Phase I
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Needs Assessment Phase I
Getting Started (Book 2)



December 2009 | 152 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Frequently, starting a meaningful needs assessment is problematic. This book focuses on numerous approaches for doing just that. Its content includes such things as the cultural audit, initial scaled or open-ended questionnaires for use by the group guiding the assessment, how to select members of that group and how to organize its endeavors, techniques for conducting collaborative ventures across organizations, sources of available information that might be used early in the process, and so forth. The emphasis is on collecting existing information before going to the expensive process of creating new data. Decisions coming from Phase 1 are described.
 
Preface
 
Acknowledgments
 
About the Authors
 
1. Overview
 
2. What Precipitates Needs Assessment and Getting the Process Started?
 
3. Some Initial Phase I Needs Assessment Activities
 
4. Collecting and Analyzing Initial Sources of Data
 
5. The Special Case of Collaborative (Cooperative) Needs Assessments
 
6. Some of Those Nagging Leftover Pieces of Phase I
 
References
 
Index

Sample Materials & Chapters

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