Discussion Question 1: Why should HPT Practitioners care about the organization's strategic direction?
Discussion Question 2: Some HPT practitioners believe that the analysis phase in an HPT project is the most important. Do you agree? Why?
Discussion Question 3: What are requirements? Why are they important?
Research a company and try to find a strategy or goal statement. Do you think you could align an HPT intervention to it
What do you think the biggest challenges are to an HPT professional in the Analysis phase of a project? Why?
What kinds of requirements do you think are the most important? Why?
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An immediate concern in response is this: how much is an organization’s strategic direction of concern for HPT practitioners in ways and extents comparable with concern for an organization’s tactical directions? Does an organization’s strategic direction matter to the work of HPT as much as more fine-grained, tactical considerations? It almost certainly varies from organizational context to context, but I would argue that understanding an organization’s strategic direction is vital to the successful accomplishment of HPT goals. Why? Assuming that the chosen strategic direction suffuses and shapes everything the organization does, HPT must, thus, fit – it must describe and understand the problem at hand in terms informed...