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Effectiveness of design
The design of the needs assessment can be termed as quite impressive based on a number of things. The main aim of this particular needs assessment is to collect information about the organizational structure of Google Inc. and at the same time it is important to know the current corporate culture of the organization. The design is particularly prepared for collecting such basic information. Simultaneously by following the methods Google’s activities and creative work features can be understood clearly. Apart from that the basic information about the knowledge and skills of Google’s employees can be measured to determine how the knowledge and skills of the employees are helping Google to make new innovations (BOONE, 2012). For motivation prospective the design really offers to collect data and information from the employees of the corporation. The performance of the employees certainly has an impact from the motivation. Group works and management skills can also be reflected by the assessment design. In case of learning needs communication, teamwork and roll allocation among the Google employees can be thoroughly assessed by the help of this needs assessment process. The design critically presents the learner needs in the corporation that is technological development, cooperation skills and management skills (Brodner, 2012). By using the method a review of Google’s multicultural teamwork strategy can be certainly observed. The main plus point of this specific design is that it is based on a combination of three theories such as basic learning theory of Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs, Malcom Knowles’ Andragogy theory and individual characteristic learning theory.
Questions or concerns regarding to the design
Generally there are a number of questions regarding to the design that are needed to be presented. In case of an organization such as Google Inc. where employees can be considered as the main resources it is very important to know how the knowledge and skills, teamwork, man management, leadership tactics, technology and motivation has helped Google’s business. So the basic concern regarding to the design is how far it can able to collect the detailed information and data that have direct or indirect impression on the performance of Google Inc. Besides it is very essential to know how the employees have responded to the questions asked to them. The next important factor is intercommunication with Google employees and how this particular design has helped to understand the employee motivation and culture of the organization (Kuratko, 2014). Reviews of these concerns will be very essential to judge whether the needs assessment design is up to the mark or not. Also the role of the each employee is needed to be figured out significantly by this design. Therefore it is quite obvious to know how the design will work to collect all these data and information from the Google employees.
Preferred aspect of the design
One of the most important factors in this design is the combination of theories and brainstorm instructional methods. The set up of the design pattern is created in such a way that most of the important and essential information can be collected regarding to the organizational structure of Google Inc. The design has certainly created to understand the working facilities, working conditions, technological preferences, leadership tactics, decision making, corporate culture and most importantly motivational factors. Clinically it has to be mentioned that performance reviews of the employees can be done based on basic learning theory of Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs, Malcom Knowles’ Andragogy theory and individual characteristic learning theory that is one of the most important aspect of the design (Noe & Noe, 2012). It particularly helps to judge the motivational factors, knowledge and skills, performance of an individual or a group within the organization (Chen, n.d.). Basically by implementing the method in the needs assessment the sections needed to be verified and upgraded can be determined. Technically preferred aspect used in the design can be termed as very eligible to complete the needs assessment.
Areas need to be practiced and skill improvement tactics
Now at the very end of this needs assessment of Google Inc. it is needed to explain the areas still require improvements and the tactics that have to be implemented in skill development among the Google employees. After completing the assessment it is very obvious to mention that leadership skills and management section of Google Inc. is significantly needed a push up as far as development has concerned (Noe & Noe, 2012). At the same time in case of performance Google Inc. should look to put more effort of research and development section of the organization to create innovative stuffs out of nothing as Google’s business is basically concentrating on online Adwords business (Wood, 2005). Clearly motivation and inspiration are needed to be supplied on a regular basis to the Google employees and here the leadership skills and tactics need to be special. For a multinational organization such as Google Inc. it is very important to put more importance on skill development of the employees and here the needs assessment is very important to know what other special skills Google employees require to make further inroads in the technology based business (Wood, 2005). Clearly involvement of the management is very important to rejuvenate the employees to create some innovative stuff for the organization.
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