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This book is about analyzing solving performance problems in education, personnel management or anywhere that human performance and human error becomes an issue. . . . and pretty much nothing else, at all. That is its principal virtue. It instructs the reader with a highly scripted, task-analyzed approach that is far easier to understand than it is to follow in actual practice. But the book gets right to the point: It is very compact and tightly written, wasting no time or paper, and with each chapter building on the previous ones. It is so very "targeted", that, once you have read and learned it and are ready to apply, it can serve as a handbook or desk reference for the practitioner.
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