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48 Human Performance Improvement Cause Analysis The second part of analysis is cause analysis. Cause analysis is deﬁ ned as “the process of determining the root cause(s) of past, present, or future performance gaps. It follows, but is integrally related to, performance analysis” (Rothwell, 2000). Cause analysis involves examining the discrepancies identiﬁed through performance analysis and determining their root cause(s). In other words, cause analysis attempts to determine the reason for the discrepancy.
Written and oral briefings to performers, performers’ managers, process owners, and other stakeholders about the likely impact of multiple interventions on processes, individuals or the organization Figure 1-7 Problem-solving activities to lead performers, performers’ managers, process owners, and other stakeholders to discover/forecast the likely impact of multiple interventions on processes, individuals, or the organization Continued Laying the Foundation Intervention Specialist Competencies 31 Enabling Outputs 5.
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