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Abdullah, H. (2009). Training Needs Assessment and Analysis: A Case of Malaysian Manufacturing Firms. European Journal of Scientific Research. 37(3), pp.351-360.
Al-Khayyat, Ridha (1998). "Training and development needs
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Altschuld, J. W. (2015). Needs Assessment. In James D. Wright
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Altschuld, J. W., Hung, H.-L., & Lee, Y.-F. (2014). Needs assessment and asset/capacity building: A promising development in practice. In J. W. Altschuld & R. Watkins (Eds.), Needs assessment: Trends and a view toward the future. New Directions for Evaluation, 144, 89–103.
Altschuld, J. W., & Lepicki, T. L. (2009). Needs assessment and education. In S. Mathison, (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Evaluation. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA.
Altschuld, J. W., & Lepicki, T. L. (2010). Needs Assessment in Human Performance Interventions. In R. Watkins and D. Leigh (Eds.), The Handbook for the Selection and Implementation of Human Performance Interventions, San Francisco: Wiley (Jossey-Bass) and Silver Spring, MD:International Society for Performance Improvement.
Altschuld, J. W. (2004). Fault tree analysis. In S. Mathison, (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Evaluation. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA.
Altschuld, J. W. (2003/2004). Emerging dimensions of needs assessment. Performance Improvement, 10-15.
Altschuld, J. W., & Kumar, D. D. (2004). Needs assessment. In S. Mathison, (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Evaluation. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA.
Altschuld, J. W. (1986). Review of Assessing Needs
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Anderson, J. (2000). Training needs assessment, evaluation, success, and organizational strategy and effectiveness: An exploration of the relationships. (Doctoral dissertation). ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing.
Anderson, G. (1994). A proactive model for training needs analysis. Journal of European Industrial Training, 18 (3): pp. 23-28.
Armstrong. P. (1982). The myth of meeting needs in adult education and community development. Critical Social Policy. vol. 2 no. 5 24-37
Arthur, W. Jr., Bennett, W. Jr., Edens, P.S., and Bell, S.T.
(2003), Effectiveness of Training in Organizations: A
Meta-analysis of Design and Evaluation Features, Journal
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Barker Steege, L. M., Marra, R. M. and Jones, K. (2012), Meeting needs assessment challenges: Applying the performance pyramid in the U.S. Army. Perf. Improv., 51: 32–41.
Bednar, A. (1988). Needs Assessment as a Change Strategy: A
case study. Performance Improvement Quarterly. 1(2).
Bender, T., McNutt, J., and Purdy, E. (1993). A consortium approach to community needs assessment: A case study and principles for practice and education. American Journal of Evaluation, 14(2), 149-153.
Benjamin, S. (1989). A closer look at needs analysis and needs assessment: Whatever happened to the systems approach? Performance and Instruction, 28(9), 12-16.
Berman, P. S., Sulsky, L., Pargament, K., Balzer, W. K., Kausch, D. (1991). The role of needs assessment in the design of employee assistance programs: A case study. Employee Assistance Quarterly, 6(3)21–35.
Bowers, C.A., Jentsch, F., Salas, E. and Braun, C.C. (1998), "Analyzing communication sequences for team training needs assessment", Human Factors, Vol. 40 No. 4, pp. 672-9.
Bowman, J., and Wilson, J. (2008). Different roles, different perspectives: perceptions about the purpose of training needs analysis Bowman, Industrial and Commercial Training. 40. 1: 38-41.
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Braimoh, D. (1994). A theoretical framework of training needs analysis for African para-medical personnel through distance education. Studies in Educational Evaluation, 20(2), 265-277.
Brethower, D. (1997). Rapid analysis: Matching Solutions to Changing Situations. Performance
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Brinkerhoff, R. (1986). Expanding Needs Analysis. Training
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Brown, K. (2009). An iterative needs assessment/evaluation model for a Japanese university English-language program. (Doctoral dissertation). ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing.
Brown, J. (2002, Winter). Training needs assessment: A must for developing an effective training program. Public Personnel Management, 31(4), 569-578.
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Buttram, J.L. (1990) Focus Groups: A Starting Point for Needs Assessment. American Journal of Evaluation..207-212.
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professional development needs of distance librarians in
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Casteel, R. B. (2012). Volunteer management needs assessment of the Tennessee 4-H program. Journal of Extension, 50(1), article number 1RIB2.
Cekada, T (2010). Training needs assessment: Understanding what employees need to know. Professional Safety, 28-33.
Cekada, T. L. (2011). Conducting an effective needs assessment.
Chang, J. C., Chiang, T. C., & Kun-YI, C. (2012). The Systematic Construction and
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Chen, Y. & Lin, C. (2009). Needs assessment of volunteers in a non-profit organization in taiwan. College Student Journal, 43, 105-113.
Chiu, W., Thompson, D., Mak, W., and Lo, K.L. (1999), Re–thinking Training Needs Analysis: A Proposed Framework for Literature Review, Personnel Review, 28, 77–89.
Clarke, N. (2003). The politics of training needs analysis. Journal of Workplace Learning, 15(4), 141-141-153.
Cline, E. and Seibert, P. (1993). Help for first-time needs assessors. Training & Development, v47, n5, p99(3)
Cohen, R., Amiel, G. E., Tann, M., Shechter, A., Weingarten,
M., & Reis, S. (2002, December). Performance Assessment of
Community-based Physicians: Evaluating the Reliability and
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Cohen, B. (1981). Do you really want to conduct a needs
assessment? Philadephia: Management and Behavioral Science
Center, University of Pennsylvania.
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Cook, S. (2005b). Learning needs analysis part 4: Planning the learning needs analysis project. Training Journal, 54-58.
Cooke, Kathleen (1979). "A Model for the Identification of Training Needs." Public Personnel Management 8:4: 257.
Corn, J. O. (2010). Investigating the quality of the school technology needs assessment (STNA) 3.0: A
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(1986). Finding out what managers need. Training
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Daley, W.R., Karpati, A. & Sheik, M. (2001). Needs assessment of the displaced population
following the August 1999 earthquake in Turkey. Disasters, 25(1), 67-75.
Dalton, R., Scheeringa, M.S., & Zeanah, C.H. (2008). Did the prevalence of PTSD following
Hurricane Katrina match a rapid needs assessment prediction?: A template for future
public planning after large-scale disasters. Psychiatric Annals, 38(2), 134-141.
Darraugh, B. (1991). It takes six. (six-step model for needs assessment). Training & Development Journal, v45, n3, p21(3).
Dachner, A. M., Saxton, B. M., Noe, R. A., & Keeton, K. E. (2013). To infinity and
beyond: using a narrative approach to identify training needs for unknown and dynamic
situations. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 24(2), 239-267.
Denby, S. (2010). "The importance of training needs analysis." Industrial and Commercial Training 42:3: 147-150
DeSilets, L. D. (2006). Needs assessment. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 37(4), 148-149.
DeSilets, L. D. (2007). Needs Assessment: An Array of Possibilities. The Journal of Continuing
Education in Nursing, 38(3), 107-112.
Dierdorff, E. C., & Surface, E. A. (2008). Assessing
training needs: Do work experience and
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DiLauro, T. (1979, Nov./Dec). Training needs assessment: Current practices and new directions. Public Personnel Management, 8(6), 350-359.
Dolliver, Sarah K. (Oct. 1993). "To train or not to train? ... an essential question." SuperVision 54:10: 12
Eastman, J., Witkin, B. and Burnham, B. (1987). How to limit a needs assessment. In How to Evaluate Educaitonal Programs (pp. 1-4). Capitol Publications.
Endacott, R. (1997). Clarifying the concept of need: a
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Eschenfelder, B. (2010). Using community based assessments to strengthen nonprofit-government collaboration and service delivery. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 32, 405-446.
Evans, N. J. (1985). Needs assessment methodology: A comparison of results. Journal of College Student Personnel, 26(2)107–114.
Fairbairns, Jill (1991) Plugging the gap in training needs
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Finlayson, M. (2007, March 19). Community-based practice: Assessing community needs and strengths. Occupational Therapy Practice, 29–31.
Freeman, J. (1993). Human resources planning - training needs analysis. Management Quarterly, v34, n3, p32(3)
Ford, J. K., Noe, R. A. (1987). Self-assessed training needs:
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Foster, G. R., & Southard, M. (1988). Criteria for
Setting Needs Priorities: The Practitioner's Perspective.
Florida Journal of Educational Research, 30(1), 35-43.
Fulop, M., Loop-Bartick, K., & Rossett, A. (1997, July). Using the World Wide Web to conduct a needs assessment. Performance Improvement, 36(6), 22-27.
Gamon, J. A., (1992). Focus groups--A needs assessment tool. Journal of Extension, 30(1),
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Graham, K. and Mihal, W. (1986). Can your management
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Grant, J. (2002). Learning needs assessment: assessing the need. British Medical Journal, 324, 156-159.
Grier, A. S. (2005). Integrating needs assessment into career and technical curriculum development. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, v42 n1 p59-66
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Guthrie, J.P., and Schwoerer, C.E. (1996), Older Dogs and New Tricks: Career Stage and Self-assessed Need for Training, Public Personnel Management, 25, 59–72.
Hazucha, J., Holt, K. (1991). Starting right. Training & Development Journal, 45, 71–72.
Herbert, G.R. and Doverspike, D. (1990), "Performance appraisal in the training needs analysis process: a review and critique", Public Personnel Management, Vol. 19 No. 3, pp. 253-70.
Hiebert, M. B., Smallwood, N. (1987). Now for a completely
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Hoalt, P. N. (1991) A needs assessment evaluation as a basis for training of hospice volunteers. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.
Holton, E., Bates, R. & Naquin, S. (2000, Summer). Largescale performance-driven training needs assessment: A case study. Public Personnel Management, 29(2), 249-267.
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