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Oct 15, 2011

Target Setting and Evaluation for Team Training Fit to Type of Job Occupation

JES Ergonomics
  • TOSE Akira
  • ,
  • TAKANO Ken'ichi

Volume
47
Number
5
First page
171
Last page
182
Language
Japanese
Publishing type
DOI
10.5100/jje.47.171
Publisher
一般社団法人 日本人間工学会

In this paper, in order to develop a group dynamics training that suits a specific occupational team, studies were carried out on how to set the training target and to measure training results. Teamwork Importance Factors were determined by implementing a questionnaire survey. A Teamwork Target Scale and a Teamwork Condition Scale were outlined by using a factor model of Teamwork Importance Factors. There was no significant difference between the average on the Teamwork Target Scale and the high score group's average on the Teamwork Condition Scale. There was a significant difference between the average on the Teamwork Target Scale and the low score group's average on the Teamwork Condition Scale. Further, there was a significant difference between the high score group and the low score group's average on the Teamwork Condition Scale. Additionally, the study shows that important factors differ with regard to the types of occupation. Finally, this study shows the possibility for target setting and measuring the training results by using these scales.

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DOI
https://doi.org/10.5100/jje.47.171
CiNii Articles
http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/10031159621
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  • DOI : 10.5100/jje.47.171
  • ISSN : 0549-4974
  • CiNii Articles ID : 10031159621
  • identifiers.cinii_nr_id : 9000240534603

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