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isoProve behavioral analysis.

Prove your individual or organizational behaviors are effective and efficient.  isoProve gives isoBloggers the keys to understanding how their isoBlogs measure up within isoOrgs and helps choose the most effective, efficient, sustainable behavioral paths for reaching individual and organizational goals.


isoProve takes the guess work out of organizational design and management. Because changes in one aspect of behavior in an individual or organization necessarily affect performance in another part of an individual or organization, isoProve enables isoBloggers to create balanced behaviors by pinpointing which areas of poor performance are to be improved, which areas of high performance are to be maintained, and how well performance outcomes are directed towards individual and organizational goals. This is done through methods of quantitative reasoning built into isoBlogs and by crowd review of isoBlogs methodology through isoEvidence.

 

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THE TOOLKIT

To turn behavioral strategies into successful initiatives and behavioral improvement programs, you need quantitative efficacy evidence to know which path is right.

isoProve provides a clear, step-by-step approach to understanding and defining behavioral strategies that align with individual and organizational goals and broader behavioral strategies.

isoProve enables isoBloggers to tailor long-term goals to make an organization more effective, efficient, and sustainable. From initial assessment and benchmarking to development of behavioral strategies and recommendations, isoProve offers insight into behavioral solutions to meet specific needs and conditions.

Whether starting from scratch with behavioral efforts or starting with an infrastructure in place, isoProve validates agile solutions that are right for your organization. isoBlogs assessments can take the pulse of an individual or organization, and give a clear view of how learning on the job by interacting with others is superior to conventional classrooms and book learning in favor of:

  1. Measurement and Behavioral Impact: Develop measurement strategies to show the impact created by behaviors to make evidence-based decisions for return on investment.

  2. Research and Benchmarking: Know how isoBlogs compare within populations and differentiate isoBlogs from the pack with evidence. Prove best practices and emerging behavioral solutions to build competitive and innovative behavioral strategies.

  3. Analysis and Design: Document the current reality of individual and organizational performance, map the ideal future state of behaviors, and design the appropriate behavioral strategies that will achieve the ultimate goals. isoProve streamlines the analysis process and curriculum mapping to meet specific objectives.

isoBlogs and isoProve offer:

  1. Processes and operational organization

  2. A strategic “diagnostic” for every behavioral engagement

  3. A unique blueprint for success

  4. A commitment to execution of improvement and measurable results

Inside isoEvidence


Abstract

  1. Name

  2. Title

  3. Summary

  4. Description

  5. Synopsis

Hypotheses

  1. H1 : Goal Hypothesis

  2. H2 : Objective Hypothesis

  3. H3 : First Categorical

  4. H3a : First Sub-categorical Hypothesis

  5. H4 : Second Categorical

  6. H4a : Second Sub-categorical

  7. H5 : Attributes Hypothesis

Methodology

  1. Variables

  2. Variables Inventory

  3. Attributes

  4. Attributes Inventory

  5. Tasks

  6. Tasks Inventory

  7. Elements

  8. Elements Inventory

  9. Products

  10. Products Inventory

isoBlogs Survey Results

  1. About the Survey

  2. Results Summary

  3. System Results

  4. Tiered-Course Results

  5. Course Results

  6. Session Results

  7. Task Results

  8. Subtask Results

Top-Tier Assessments Survey Results

  1. Top-Tier Assessment

  2. Assessment Info

  3. Assessments Summary

Subordinate Assessments Survey Results

  1. Subordinate Assessment

  2. System Assessment

  3. Tiered-Course Assessment

  4. Course Assessment

  5. Session Assessment

  6. Task Assessment

  7. Subtask Assessment

Tracking Types

  1. Inventory

  2. Before and After with Controls

Tracking

  1. Before and After Tracking

  2. After Only Tracking

  3. After-Only with Controls

Tracking

  1. Time Series Tracking

  2. Time Series with Controls Tracking

  3. Population Controls

Compare

  1. Compare User-Units

Conclusions

  1. Automatically Generated

  2. Automated Conclusion Narrative

  3. Automated Implications

Narrative

Footnotes

  1. Publishers


Inside Publishable Wiki


  1. -Title

  2. -Synopsis

  3. -Variables

  4. -Goal

  5. -Hypothesis

  6. -Categories

  7. -Variables

  8. -Attributes

  9. -isoBlogger

  10. -Standards applied

  11. -Codes

  12. SIC

  13. ISBN

  14. SKU

  15. ICD

  16. DSM

  17. -Results

    1. Demographics

    2. Assessments

    3. Export dates

  18. -Conclusions

  19. -Implications

  20. -Index

  21. -isoElements

  22. -isoBloggers

  23. -Related

 

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