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  • Introduction – Staff introduces themselves
  • Allocated budget management is delegated to Directorate Office level. Some directorates further delegate approval authority for specific requests to administrative or lower-level management staff. Re: assuring beneficial training – There’s a growing need to assure all activities support the strategic Enterprises. Evaluations now solicit an assessment of relatedness as a metric.
  • Planning is based on needs assessments and determining out-year projections
  • Line Managers – Employee IDP’s - Specific Group Needs OD&TO/LC – By Program Area - In partnership with advisory groups (e.g., Engineering Training Committee, Safety Office, E.O.P.O and HRP NASA Code FT – PPM, LMD, Fellowships, PDP & SESCDP
  • Introduction – Staff introduces themselves
  • PDP - call is out
  • Introduction – Staff introduces themselves
  • For example, ISO Training, Records Managements, AIDS Awareness, HR Forums, Communications Diversity: Dr. Betances
  • For example, ISO Training, Records Managements, AIDS Awareness, HR Forums, Communications Diversity: Dr. Betances
  • Safety: Overhead Crane, Lockout/Tagout, Hazardous Chemicals Diversity: Dr. Nichols, Harnessing the Power of Diversity. Diversity Workshops are targeted for DLT, Supervisors and Process Consultants (Dr. Walker). Sexual Harassment and Disability Awareness Training (Romero). Ethics: Required by the Office of Government Ethics for those who file a 278 and 450.
  • Introduction – Staff introduces themselves
  • Master’s programs are normally pursued on a part-time basis by attending local universities or participating in the on-site academic programs.
  • Working with OAI to include courses for an MCIS and Safety Assurance
  • ITN – provides a variety of engineering courses from CWRU through videotaped instruction.
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  • Introduction – Staff introduces themselves
  • How to be a better in your occupation!!! Enhances your job skills!! 9 different categories for apprentices
  • Introduction – Staff introduces themselves
  • Safety: Overhead Crane, Lockout/Tagout, Hazardous Chemicals Diversity: Dr. Nichols, Harnessing the Power of Diversity. Diversity Workshops are targeted for DLT, Supervisors and Process Consultants (Dr. Walker). Sexual Harassment and Disability Awareness Training (Romero). Ethics: Required by the Office of Government Ethics for those who file a 278 and 450.
  • Introduction – Staff introduces themselves
  • Organizational development efforts are designed to improve group or unit effectiveness, and are normally tailored to meet the specific needs of the requesting organization. Examples of Group Facilitation include: Problem-solving, strategic planning, team-building, communications, role and responsibilities clarification. Assessment services include: Myers-Briggs, Organizational Health, focus groups, Intentional Learning.
  • Introduction – Staff introduces themselves
  • Technology based training has actually existed at GRC for 16 years through the Learning Center. Recognizing how important this method of training is, Headquarters has recently established metrics for technology based training which we we will be reporting on starting in FY 01. In the next quarter, look for a new dimension added to the Learning Center, known as the “e-Learning Center”. From the LC website you will be able to access a wide variety of web-based training opportunities…. Everything from learning how to write effectively to using Microsoft Project 98.
  • If GRC gets the Lead Center role for the Procurement Module we will be rolling this out mid year of 2001. And it will change the way you do business if/when you issue a purchase order -
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  • 1. Employee & Organization Development: An HR Forum Organization Development & Training Office November 6, 2000
  • 2. Forum Agenda
    • Introduction
    • Agency Programs
    • Centerwide Workforce Development
    • Academic Programs
    • Occupational Development
    • Career Development
    • Other OD&TO Services
    • On the Horizon
    • Q&A
  • 3. OD&TO Mission
    • Provide for the total development of the Center’s human resources through comprehensive and proactive programs and consulting services to foster organizational effectiveness and meet organizational needs and missions.
  • 4. HRD Requirements Matrix Agency Individual Primary Source Immediate Future Development Need
    • Ethics
    • LC
    • Grad Engineering
    • Upward Mobility
    • Ph.D.
    • SESCDP
    • Biology Training
  • 5. Human Resource Development
    • What is it?
    • Investment in building individual and organizational capabilities to meet present and future mission and performance goals
    • Why does NASA do it?
    • “ Our greatest strength is our workforce.”
    • - from the NASA Strategic Plan
  • 6. Program Planning
    • FY01 Budget - $3,950,000
      • 20% Directorate/Staff Office Sub-allocation
      • 80% OD&TO Managed Budget
  • 7. Who Plans
    • Line Managers
    • OD&TO and LC
    • NASA – Code FT
  • 8. Forum Agenda
    • Introduction
    • Agency Programs
    • Centerwide Workforce Development
    • Academic Programs
    • Occupational Development
    • Career Development
    • Other OD&TO Services
    • On the Horizon
    • Q&A
  • 9. AGENCYWIDE PROGRAMS
    • OBJECTIVE:
    • To provide strategic development in management, executive management, project management, leadership, and technical competence.
  • 10. AGENCYWIDE PROGRAMS
    • Academy for Program & Project Leadership (APPL)
    • Leadership & Management Development Programs (LMDP)
    • SES Career Development Program (SESCDP)
    • Fellowships
    • Professional Development Program (PDP)
    • NASA Engineering Training Program (NETP)
  • 11. AGENCYWIDE Programs
    • Programs announced through GRC announcement process
      • Annual Call
      • Course Announcement
    • Headquarters application forms are required
    • Headquarters makes final selections
  • 12. SESCDP
    • Competitive Announcement by HQ as needed
    • 1-2 year IDP
    • SES mentors, developmental assignments and intensive assessment and training
    • Results in OPM certification of Senior Executive Service qualifications
  • 13. AGENCYWIDE Program Links
    • http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/ODT/ppmi01.PDF
    • http://appl.nasa.gov/training
    • http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/ODT/devprog.htm
    • http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/codef/codeft/dp.html
  • 14. Forum Agenda
    • Introduction
    • Agency Programs
    • Centerwide Workforce Development
    • Academic Programs
    • Occupational Development
    • Career Development
    • Other OD&TO Services
    • On the Horizon
    • Q&A
  • 15. Workforce Development
    • Centerwide Needs
    • Required Training
  • 16. Centerwide Needs
    • Retirement Seminars
    • Safety-Related Training (CPR)
    • Technical Training
    • Emerging Needs/Hot Topics
    • Communications Training
  • 17. Centerwide Required Training
    • Diversity Training
    • EEO
      • Prevention of Sexual Harassment
      • Disability Awareness
    • Ethics
    • Safety
    • Security
  • 18. Forum Agenda
    • Introduction
    • Agency Programs
    • Centerwide Workforce Development
    • Academic Programs
    • Occupational Development
    • Career Development
    • Other OD&TO Services
    • On the Horizon
    • Q&A
  • 19. Academic Training
    • Graduate Level
      • Full time
      • Part time
        • Onsite
        • Local Universities
        • Distance Learning
          • ITN
          • NTU
    • Undergraduate Level
      • Part time
        • Onsite
        • Local Universities
  • 20. Full-Time Graduate Studies
    • Center support for Ph.D. and exceptional Master’s candidate each year
    • Annual call for participants in February of each year
    • Review and selection by HRP in April
    • Participant can pursue course work part
    • time while working or attend school full
    • time up to 1 year
  • 21. Full-Time Graduate Studies
    • Participation criteria
      • Minimum of 2 years service at GRC
        • Does not include time as intern, co-op, or contractor
      • Must be in a Scientist & Engineer or Professional/Administrative series position
        • Priority consideration given to the skill shortages identified by the Center Skills Assessment Team
  • 22. Full-Time Graduate Studies
    • Program Features
      • Tuition until completion of program
        • Not charged to Directorate sub-allocation
        • Does not include books, fees, or incidental expenses
      • Time off at full salary
      • One round-trip travel fare from Glenn to the educational institution
        • Responsibility of employees directorate
        • Not eligible for per diem
  • 23. Full-Time Graduate Studies
    • Application Process
      • Submit Application Packet
        • Application
        • IDP
        • Preliminary Plan of Study
          • Signed by advisor
  • 24. Part-Time On-Site Graduate Studies
    • NASA/OAI Graduate Engineering Program
    • CSU Graduate Level Business Courses
    • Distance Learning
      • Case Western Reserve University ITN
      • NTU
      • Penn State
      • University of Arizona
  • 25. NASA/OAI Graduate Engineering Program
    • Opportunity for S&E’s to complete Master’s and Doctoral level course work from:
      • Case Western Reserve University
      • Cleveland State University
      • The Ohio State University
      • The University of Akron
      • The University of Cincinnati
      • The University of Toledo
    • Disciplines
      • Aeronautical, Astronautical, Aerospace, Electrical, Industrial, Material Science and Mechanical Engineering
  • 26. NASA/OAI Graduate Engineering Program
    • Application Process
      • Announced via the course announcement process each academic term (except summer)
      • CS employee’s submit a NASA C-478 Training Application form
        • Funded by OD&TO budget allocation
      • SSC’s contact OAI directly
      • Register with OAI
        • Designated date and time in Building 15, Cafeteria
        • At OAI Facility
          • OAI Contact – Mary Auzenne, (440) 962-3025
  • 27. Onsite Graduate Level Business Administration Classes
    • Program offered by Cleveland State University
      • 2 ½ year lock step program
        • http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/ODT/mba.htm
        • http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/ODT/links.htm
      • 2 classes offered each academic term
        • Classes meet on Monday and Fridays from 8 a.m. – noon
      • Completion of all classes leads to a Master’s in Business Administration
    • Target Audience
      • Scientists & Engineers, Supervisors and Professional/Administrative series position
  • 28. Local Universities
    • Target Audience
      • Anyone with a job, organization or mission-related need
    • Application Process
      • Submit a NASA C-478 Training Application form
        • Funded by the employee’s directorate/staff office budget sub-allocation
      • Submit a NASA C-479 Sole Source Justification for Training form if aggregate course cost exceeds $2499
        • Effective October 1, 2000
      • Management discretion whether you attend during working hours
  • 29. Distance Learning
    • Instructional Television Network (ITN)
      • Engineering courses through CWRU
    • National Technological University (NTU)
      • Comprised of 50 leading universities & training organizations
      • 15 key engineering, technical & management disciplines
      • Courses delivered live via satellite, taped delayed or online through the web
      • www.ntu.edu
  • 30. Distance Learning
    • Penn State University
      • Acoustics
    • University of Arizona
      • Optics
    • Apply using NASA C-478
      • SSC’s inform OD&TO of intent to attend Penn State or University of Arizona
          • Charge back to contractor organization
      • SSC’s contact the Learning Center directly for ITN & NTU
  • 31. Undergraduate Level
    • Onsite CCC Business Courses
    • Local Universities
  • 32. Onsite CCC Business Courses
    • Target Audience
      • Anyone with a job, organization or mission- related need
    • Application Process
      • Announced via the course announcement process each academic term.
      • CS employee’s submit a NASA C-478 Training Application form
        • Funded by OD&TO budget allocation
      • SSC’s inform OD&TO of intent to attend
        • Charge back to contractor organization
  • 33. Local Universities
    • Target Audience
      • Anyone with a job, organization or mission-related need
    • Application Process
      • Submit a NASA C-478 Training Application form
        • Funded by the employee’s directorate/staff office budget sub-allocation
      • Submit a NASA C-479 Sole Source Justification for Training form if aggregate course cost exceeds $2499
        • Effective October 1, 2000
      • Management discretion whether you attend during working hours
  • 34. Forum Agenda
    • Introduction
    • Agency Programs
    • Centerwide Workforce Development
    • Academic Programs
    • Occupational Development
    • Career Development
    • Other OD&TO Services
    • On the Horizon
    • Q&A
  • 35. Occupational Development Programs
    • Training for related to specific occupations
      • Apprentices
      • Technical
      • Secretarial
      • Computer
      • Scientists and Engineers
      • Procurement
      • Financial
  • 36. Forum Agenda
    • Introduction
    • Agency Programs
    • Centerwide Workforce Development
    • Academic Programs
    • Occupational Development
    • Career Development
    • Other OD&TO Services
    • On the Horizon
    • Q&A
  • 37. Career Development
    • Upward Mobility (STEP, GO, CEP)
    • Cooperative Education (CO-OP)
    • New Employee Orientation (NEOP)
    • Accelerated Career Development (ACDP)
    • Individual Development Program (IDP)
  • 38. Forum Agenda
    • Introduction
    • Agency Programs
    • Centerwide Workforce Development
    • Academic Programs
    • Occupational Development
    • Career Development
    • Other OD&TO Services
    • On the Horizon
    • Q&A
  • 39. Other OD&TO Services
    • Individual Development Support
    • Organizational Development Services
    • OD&TO Website
    • Training Records
    • The Learning Center
  • 40. Individual Development Support
    • Development Planning
      • Employees
      • Supervisors
    • Network Building
      • SuperNet
    • Coaching and Advising
  • 41. Organizational Development Services
    • Retreat Planning
    • Group Facilitation
    • Assessment Services
    • DDS Support
    • Partnering (group to group)
    • Management Consulting
    • Internal and External Resources Available
    • Call Kim Mordaunt (3-8521) or
    • Cindy Forman (3-2992)
  • 42. OD&TO Website
    • Course Announcements
    • Weekly Schedule
    • Quarterly Calendar
    • Staff/Services Directory
    • Program Information and Guidelines
    • Related Links
    • http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/ODT
  • 43. The Learning Center
    • Course Topics/Catalogs:
      • Technical & Engineering
      • Using Personal Computers
      • Safety
      • Organizational & Personal Development
      • Administrative Skills & Knowledge
    • Over 900 self-study courses available
  • 44. The Learning Center
    • Featuring:
    • Satellite-delivered Programming
    • Diversity Dialogue Video Resources
    • “ Books-On-Tape”
    • USA Careers
    • Course Consultations
    • Website:
    • http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/LC
  • 45. The e-Learning Center
    • Coming December 2000
    • Learning available via the internet
    • Use at your desk or at home
    • Includes links to other learning sites
    • Topics include:
      • MS Office 2000, Linux, Visual Basic, Java, Dynamic HTML
      • Leadership Skills for Managers, Marketing
      • Project Team Skills, Negotiating & Influencing
      • + many others
  • 46. Forum Agenda
    • Introduction
    • Agency Programs
    • Centerwide Workforce Development
    • Academic Programs
    • Occupational Development
    • Career Development
    • Other OD&TO Services
    • On the Horizon
    • Q&A
  • 47. On the Horizon
    • Technology-Based Training
    • Intelligent Synthesis Environment
    • Integrated Financial Management
    • Mentoring
    • Agency Leadership Initiative
  • 48. Technology-Based Training
    • Agency strategic goal to increase usage 10-20% in FY01
    • CD ROM, DVD, Web-based, Video, Audio, Satellite, etc.
      • PDP Streaming Video, IT Security Training CD, Security Web-based Training, Delayed Video Taping
    • “ The e-Learning Center”
          • - Training to be available at the desktop
  • 49. Intelligent Synthesis Environment (ISE)
    • To develop the capability for personnel at dispersed geographic locations to work together in a virtual environment
    • Use computer simulation to model the complete life cycle of a product/mission with near real-time response time before commitments are made to produce physical products.
    • Website: http://www/ise
  • 50. Integrated Financial Management
    • IFM – 15 Modules
      • Core Financial Module - piloting at MSFC
      • HR Module – piloting at GSFC early ‘01
        • Position Description
        • Resume Management
      • Procurement Module – piloting at GRC???
      • Another Future Module that may impact you
        • Travel Module
      • Future Module that WILL impact YOU
        • Time & Labor Module
  • 51. Leadership Initiative
    • Agency effort to align leadership development to Strategic Plan & Management System
    • New research-based performance models
      • Four roles targeted: AA/Center Directors, Senior Leaders, Supervisors/Managers, Influence Leaders
    • Development planning & programs aligned to performance dimensions
  • 52. Performance Dimensions
    • Personal Effectiveness
    • Discipline Competency
    • Business Acumen
    • Working Internationally
    • Managing Information & Knowledge
    • Leading & Managing Others
  • 53. Forum Agenda
    • Introduction
    • Agency Programs
    • Centerwide Workforce Development
    • Academic Programs
    • Occupational Development
    • Career Development
    • Other OD&TO Services
    • On the Horizon
    • Q&A