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Closing the knowledge gap for transit maintenance employees

a systems approach

by David Finegold

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Published by National Academy Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Local transit -- Employees -- In-service training -- United States -- Management.,
    • Mechanics (Persons) -- In-service training -- United States -- Management.,
    • Local transit -- Equipment and supplies -- Maintenance and repair -- Study and teaching (Continuing education) -- United States -- Management.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesTransit Cooperative Research Program
      StatementDavid Finegold, Marc Robbins, and Lionel Galway.
      SeriesTCRP report,, 29, Report (Transit Cooperative Research Program) ;, 29.
      ContributionsRobbins, Marc L., 1954-, Galway, Lionel A., 1950-, United States. Federal Transit Administration., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board., Transit Development Corporation., Transit Cooperative Research Program.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5716.T72 U62 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination56 p. :
      Number of Pages56
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL705118M
      ISBN 100309062543
      LC Control Number97062204
      OCLC/WorldCa38547048

        The service delivery gap model developed by Parasuraman, Zeithaml and Berry () identifies five different gaps and the list above could fit neatly into these five categories: 1. The customer gap: the gap between customer expectations and customer perceptions. 2. The knowledge gap: the gap between consumer expectation and management. Federal Transit Administration and was conducted in the Transit Cooperative Research Program, Example of the Close Workbook dialog box. Transportation Asset Management Gap Analysis Tool—User’s Guide August

      Setting Maintenance Priorities through a Gap Analysis SUMMARY: Companies with large asset inventories can reduce costs, improve performance and reliability by optimizing the maintenance process and thus add value to the organization. The outcome of the OMDEC Gap Analysis process can lead to substantial and sustainable cost.   Closing the gap between their expectation and experience should be a key goal of your business and marketing strategy to effectively help make this happen. So learn, understand and implement changes to close the gap and improve your customers’ satisfaction.

      a type of service gap: the difference between the firms service standards and the actual service it provides to customers firms can close this gap by getting employees to meet or exceed service standards when the service is being delivered by empowering service providers, providing support and incentives, and using technology where appropriate. The Knowledge Gap By Jodi Williams. The workplace and the idea of coined by Peter Drucker in the s in his book The Landmarks of Tomorrow Gig practice of allocating desks to workers on an as-needed basis rather than providing a permanent, personal desk for each employee. Professional Consulting Firm Springfield, Virginia, USA.


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Closing the knowledge gap for transit maintenance employees by David Finegold Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Closing the knowledge gap for transit maintenance employees: a systems approach. [David Finegold; Marc L Robbins; Lionel A Galway; United States. Federal Transit Administration.; National Research Council (U.S.).

Transportation Research Board.; Transit Development Corporation.; Transit Cooperative Research Program.]. Closing the Knowledge Gap for Transit Maintenance Employees: A Systems Approach Author: David Finegold Subject: This final report documents the findings of TCRP Project F The project focused on identifying the challenges facing public transit maintenance in coping with new skill demands.

Closing the Knowledge Gap for Transit Maintenance Employees: A Systems Approach TRB's Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report Closing the Knowledge Gap for Transit Maintenance Employees: A Systems Approach presents guidelines on evaluating and implementing strategies to improve the skills of the transit industry's maintenance workforce in order to keep.

Closing the Knowledge Gap for Transit Maintenance Employees. A Systems Approach. by David Finegold, Marc Robbins, Lionel A. Galway, Tessa Kaganoff. Citation; Among the major results are that managers perceive a worsening skills gap, especially with the advent of new transit technologies; and that most agencies are ill-prepared to close this Cited by: 3.

Author Yvonne Jones does an outstanding job bridging the increasingly growing gap between our service men and women (and their families), and those of us who love and Closing the knowledge gap for transit maintenance employees book them from home. If you have a family member, friend, or anyone close to you who serves in the military, this book is for you!/5(32).

closing the knowledge gap for transit maintenance employees: a systems approach This report presents guidelines on evaluating and implementing strategies to improve the skills of the transit industry's maintenance workforce in order to keep pace with evolving by: 3.

Under TCRP Project F–5, Closing the Knowledge Gap for Transit Maintenance Employees: A Systems Approach, research was undertaken by Rand Corporation to assess technological demands, document current practices, and examine and propose new approaches to link maintenance-staffing practices with evolving technology to improve effectiveness.

Written from the military family members different perspectives, Closing The Gap: Understanding Your Service(wo)man is designed to reconnect military families with their non-military friends and family members at a time when they need each other more than ever/5(2).

Closing the gap – Insuring your business against evolving cyber threats 1 Executive summary 4 Overview Over the past few decades the internet has enabled extraordinary innovation to take place, creating new business models, giving rise to world-changing companies and generating millions of jobs.

But this progress has come at a cost. Transit Operations Policies and Procedures Index Editor: Katherine Eckhardt Issue Date: 2/19/02 Revision Date: 04/16/13 Subject Procedure Revised Found Articles 21 11/24/09 Funeral Attendance Co-Worker 49 2/8/01 George Turner Award 62 2/1/06 Grievance Handling-ATU Employees 17 8/22/08 Group D 52 5/12/   What is the knowledge gap.

Why does the knowledge gap matter. Why is the knowledge gap growing in size. What will help close the knowledge gap. How will real-world education help close the knowledge gap. How will technology help close the knowledge gap. Want to be featured in an episode. Send Todd Stewart at note at [email protected] Closing the Knowledge Gap: Addressing the Low Employee Benefits IQ of Working Americans.

When it comes to understanding their employee benefits, working Americans don't know as much as they think they do. Majority of the employees believe they have the knowledge necessary to make informed decisions about their benefits. An employee of an organization that wants to be #1 in its industry must be able to adapt to the changing workforce and learn effectively.

If your company is suffering from a skills gap and your current workforce can’t keep up with the changing dynamics, it might be time for a change in your staff.

Closing the Operations-Maintenance Gap Over the last 20 years, there have been major advancements in maintenance technology. Evolutions—whether in Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) software or Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) systems, such as Maximo—have focused almost exclusively on streamlining workflows and controlling costs by facilitating preventive maintenance regimens.

Employees will increasingly be recruited for knowledge-based production roles as opposed to manual work. These changes come when over three-quarters of manufacturers are struggling to fill key roles in their business, with a continuing requirement for engineers, software and data scientists.

How to close the gap. Knowledge gaps happen more often now than ever before. In the past, employees were hired because they had the education and work experience to do the job. Things have changed today. Not all new hires are going to possess the skills needed from day one. In. This is indicative of a knowledge gap.

Organizations need to identify these gaps and resolve it. If an employee is unaware of what to do in a particular situation, then it is sure to reflect in his work in terms of unsatisfactory customer service, missed sale opportunities, and so on. Here are some ways to bridge the knowledge gap.

CLOSING THE CUSTOMER GAP THROUGH EFFECTIVE EMPLOYEES. Johanna Maria Fourie. Submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree.

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University of the Free State. Bloemfontein, Republic of South Africa. February Outlined in Axonify’s “Mind the Gap” Whitepaper, there are several strategies that can be implemented to make training fun and interesting. Strategy #6: Make it Worthwhile. Closing knowledge gaps means that employees must be motivated to participate in the learning process on a continuous basis.

With that introduction down, let’s look at a process for analyzing performance problems and addressing skill gaps. This method was developed by the noted human performance improvement (HPI) expert Robert Mager and his collaborator Peter Pipe, and it’s explained in their classic book Analyzing Performance Problems, or, You Really Oughta Wanna.

Employee knowledge gaps are permeating the corporate world at a pace we don’t care for, and the chasm is only widening by the day. While the advent of technology has paved way for unprecedented access to information, the endless barrage of figures and facts has left the employees drowning in much more data than they can process.5 Closing the Gap report: p & 76 6 Closing the Gap report: p 7 Supporting New Social Workers in a Child Welfare Agency: An Exploratory Study: Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health; p & Knowledge walking out the door 7 Closing the “Information Gap” Improve the process Gain control Link your data and documents to enhance information access Close the loop 8 Results you can feel and measure 8 Realizing your opportunity Introduction The challenges facing managers of Maintenance and.