The Development of a Methodology for Establishing Task-Level Performance Standards for Apprentice, Journey Man, and Master Skill Levels in the U.S. Navy
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The goal of the project examined here was to establish performance standards for Navy aerographer's mate (AG) enlisted sailors at three skill levels. We used an online expert judgment task and consensus workshop methodology to gather information from subject matter experts on minimal proficiency requirements for each task within each skill level. Analysis of these judgments found a high degree of rater agreement on these standards, and resolution of any disagreements was accomplished in a consensus workshop.
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Performance Improvement, v. 46, issue 6, p. 34-41
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Hedge, Jerry W.; Borman, Walter; Kubisiak, U. Christean; and Bourne, Mark J., "The Development of a Methodology for Establishing Task-Level Performance Standards for Apprentice, Journey Man, and Master Skill Levels in the U.S. Navy" (2007). Psychology Faculty Publications. 1054.