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The Six Dimensions of Human
Performance
• Information
• Tools & Resources
• Incentive
• Skills & Knowledge
• Capacity
• Mo...
The HPT Behavioral Engineering
Model
1 Information

2 Tools/Resources

3 Incentive

Directional

Hand

Monetary

Confirmat...
The HPT Behavioral Engineering
Model
1 Information

4 Skill/Knowledge

2 Tools/Resources

3 Incentive

5 Capacity

6 Motiv...
The HPT Behavioral Engineering
Model
1 Information

4 Skill/Knowledge

2 Tools/Resources

3 Incentive

5 Capacity

6 Motiv...
The HPT Behavioral Engineering
Model
1 Information

2 Tools/Resources

3 Incentive

Environment
4 Skill/Knowledge

5 Capac...
Relationship Between Areas of Focus
in the HPT Analysis of Performance
1. INFORMATION

2. TOOLS

• Objective Performance
M...
Training vs. Non-Training Effects on
Performance
Performance
Analysis

Performance
(HPT)

85%

Informatio
n

Tools &
Resou...
Human Performance Technology is:
• An Engineering Approach to Analyzing,
Capturing and Utilizing Organizational
Knowledge
...
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The Gilbert Human Performance Management Matrix

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A concise presentation of The Gilbert Six Cell behavior management model. I designed this while working as Director of Human Performance Technology at Sylvan Learning Systems PACE consulting unit

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The Gilbert Human Performance Management Matrix

  1. 1. The Six Dimensions of Human Performance • Information • Tools & Resources • Incentive • Skills & Knowledge • Capacity • Motivation
  2. 2. The HPT Behavioral Engineering Model 1 Information 2 Tools/Resources 3 Incentive Directional Hand Monetary Confirmational 4 Skill/Knowledge Psychomotor Cognitive Barriers Mind 5 Capacity Physical Intellectual 6 Motivation Survival Values
  3. 3. The HPT Behavioral Engineering Model 1 Information 4 Skill/Knowledge 2 Tools/Resources 3 Incentive 5 Capacity 6 Motivation
  4. 4. The HPT Behavioral Engineering Model 1 Information 4 Skill/Knowledge 2 Tools/Resources 3 Incentive 5 Capacity 6 Motivation
  5. 5. The HPT Behavioral Engineering Model 1 Information 2 Tools/Resources 3 Incentive Environment 4 Skill/Knowledge 5 Capacity Individual 6 Motivation
  6. 6. Relationship Between Areas of Focus in the HPT Analysis of Performance 1. INFORMATION 2. TOOLS • Objective Performance Measures •Electronic Access to Real-time Data • Clear, Accessible, Graphic Procedures •MAPS Lessons Learned • Timely Feedback on Performance •System Specific Job Aids 4. SKILLS/ KNOWLEDGE Performance-Based Training Program 5. CAPACITY 9th Grade Level in Primary Language - System Specific • Math - Process Focused • Reading - Quality Focused 3. INCENTIVE •Performance -Based Compensation •Remove Barriers to Performance •Investigate NonMonetary 6. MOTIVATION Large-Scale Acceptance of Program
  7. 7. Training vs. Non-Training Effects on Performance Performance Analysis Performance (HPT) 85% Informatio n Tools & Resources Incentive Capacity Skills & Knowledge 15% OneonOne Motivatio n Instructional Design Training JobAids MultiMedia SelfPaced Study Instructor Intranet - led / Classes Internet Other
  8. 8. Human Performance Technology is: • An Engineering Approach to Analyzing, Capturing and Utilizing Organizational Knowledge • Focused on restructuring systems and processes to support the individual’s ability to perform

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