Conducting a Table-Top Job Analysis
Think of a Table Top Job Analysis (TTJA) as a systematically-organized brainstorm for creating a job description. Use it for:
a) Creating a list of duties for a job.
b) Creating a list of tasks needed to perform each duty.
c) Identifying the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed for each task.
View the step-by-step procedures for conducting a Table Top Job Analysis
(How to identify and prioritize Duties and Tasks)
View the step-by-step procedures for identifying the KSA's for each task
(How to identify the Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes for each Task)
Note: It's best to conduct a TTJA with the help of a facilitator.
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