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Performance Improvement Journal
Performance Improvement Journal
publishes articles about all types of interventions and all phases of the human performance technology (HPT) process, as well as hands-on HPT experiences, including:

  • Models
  • Interventions
  • “How-to” guides
  • Ready-to-use job aids
  • Research articles

Performance Improvement Journal publishes updates on trends, reviews, and field viewpoints. The common theme of articles is performance improvement practice or technique that is supported by research or germane theory. To submit an article or discuss an idea, please email

Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ)
is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research, theory, and literature reviews relevant to improving the performance of individuals, groups, and organizations. As a scholarly forum for the HPT field, the journal seeks to integrate and expand the methods, processes, and findings across multiple disciplines as they relate to solving problems and realizing opportunities in human performance. HPT work focuses on valued, measured results; considers the larger system context of people’s performance; and provides valid and reliable measures of effectiveness. The journal values both methodological rigor and variety, and publishes scholarship related to:

  • Process improvement
  • Organizational design and alignment
  • Analysis, evaluation, and measurement
  • Performance management
  • Instructional systems
  • Management of organizational performance

If you have an idea that you would like to have considered for publication, please contact Rich Pearlstein, PIQ editor, at To submit an article, visit our online submission website at

PerformanceXpress (PX)
publishes exciting feature articles highlighting current developments and ideas in the field of performance improvement, as well as regular columns written by dedicated professionals spotting trends, Tales from the Field, and CPT News from Around the World. And, that is just the beginning. What contributions and ideas do you have to add to PX? “I wish I had thought of that” articles, practical application articles, articles about the application of HPT, or success stories? Send your ideas or articles to