You’ve probably heard about THE Performance Improvement Conference, which is built around the sharing of great ideas. ISPI wants to hear your ideas to create a conference worth of celebrating 50 years of performance improvement.
Contribute to the success of THE Performance Improvement Conference 2012 by sharing your knowledge today! Don’t miss your chance to be part of ISPI’s 50th anniversary conference; the deadline to submit your proposal is August 15, 2011. Submit your proposal today!
Educational sessions are designed to focus on current and emerging issues, best practices, and opportunities facing the performance improvement field. Come share your insights into the field of human performance technology.
Why Present?People from around the world attend THE Performance Improvement Conference to learn how colleagues are using HPT to adapt to economic, global, and business changes. By volunteering your expertise, you will:

  • Further the discipline of performance improvement
  • Partner with others to add value to the field of HPT
  • Network with like-minded professionals
  • Bring recognition to yourself and your organization

What Makes a Worthy Topic?Attendees are eager to hear about innovative uses of tried-and-true methods, as well as applications of new technology in HPT solutions. We particularly encourage you to submit a proposal if you have a story to tell about applying HPT solutions to meet challenges created by external environmental forces. For example, have you used an HPT solution to:

  • Address a regulatory or policy change in your industry?
  • Facilitate the global expansion of a business or other organization?
  • Help an organization adjust to economic or cultural challenges?
  • Ensure the success of a merger, acquisition, or major reorganization?

We are also looking for proposals that show:

  • How to apply particular findings from research to everyday practice
  • The use of traditional methods in nontraditional applications
  • The application of methods from organizational development, Six Sigma, or other disciplines within an HPT framework
  • An HPT-based solution that uses an emerging technology

For more information on presenting at THE Performance Improvement Conference 2012, please click here or call the ISPI office at 301.587