Share your professional achievements with the ISPI community by creating a Performance Improvement (PI) Success Story video! There is still time to participate–the PI Success Stories Video Contest deadline is December 31, 2012. Create your own video and upload it to ISPI Collaborate for your chance to tell your story and win!

Each PI Success Story video should be between 2–5 minutes in length and feature a PI project you implemented for your organization or client. Tell us about the problem the intervention addressed and the results. Highlight metrics that prove the intervention made a measurable impact. And make your video stand out with interesting visual elements. Read this article for help creating your video.

Showcase Your Success
PI Success Stories is the perfect opportunity to share your knowledge and experience with other ISPI members and the PI community. Your video submission will garner valuable exposure within the PI community for both yourself and your organization. By telling your PI Success Story, you will illustrate your organization’s dedication to implementing PI principles as well as your own extensive knowledge of and experience with PI practices.

Not only will the top five videos receive a $200 American Express gift card, but also the winning videos will be shown at THE Performance Improvement Conference 2013 in Reno and be mentioned in a nationally distributed press release.

In addition, the first 10 people who submit a PI Success Story video on ISPI Collaborate will receive a $50 Amazon gift card.

Participate in the Discussion
Even if you are not submitting a PI Success Story video, you can still participate in the discussion. Review the videos submitted, rate them, and discuss them. Watch the videos below and share your thoughts and experiences with others in the comments section! (You must log into ISPI Collaborate to view. Non-members can create a free Collaborate log in here.)

Have you ever implemented a similar intervention? Have you addressed a similar problem, but took a different approach? Do you have any suggestions for improving the intervention or approach? We want to hear what you think!