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Archive for November, 2011

Geary Rummler Award for the Advancement of Performance Improvement

Geary Rummler Award for the Advancement of Performance Improvement

This award was established in honor of Geary Rummler and is awarded to individuals and/or organizations who have demonstrated and reflect the work and life of Geary. Nominations are due November 4, 2011.

From the Board: </br>Are We Lost in Information?

From the Board:
Are We Lost in Information?

Miki Lane asks whether we are focusing too much on access to information, and losing the value and capability to engage in the procedural levels of knowledge.

Chapter Corner: </br>ISPI San Diego’s Story of Revitalization

Chapter Corner:
ISPI San Diego’s Story of Revitalization

ISPI San Diego has a history of innovation serving the performance improvement and learning community since 1979.

Organizational Spotlight: </br>VectorCSP

Organizational Spotlight:
VectorCSP

Ray Reid of VectorCSP discusses the company’s relationship with ISPI and use of HPT principles. VectorCSP provides holistic performance improvement and modernization solutions.

TrendSpotters: </br>Everyday Civility© and Performance

TrendSpotters:
Everyday Civility© and Performance

Mitchell Kusy and Elizabeth Holloway address increasing civility in organizations.

Tales from the Field: Closing a Gap in Performance for Supervisors

Tales from the Field: Closing a Gap in Performance for Supervisors

Closing gaps in supervisor performance at a global logistics company. An evidence-based performance improvement practice report presented by Boise State graduate students, alumni, and faculty.

Stakeholders Beyond the Customers: The Customer Is King (Not)

Stakeholders Beyond the Customers: The Customer Is King (Not)

Are we willing to meet the customer’s requirements at any cost? There are a very complex set of Stakeholders beyond the Customers

Have You Read PIJ’s Top 10?

Have You Read PIJ’s Top 10?

Top Ten reading list from ISPI’s Performance Improvement Journal.