By Brian Gresham and James Moseley
Contribute to ISPI’s publications, PerformanceXpress, Performance Improvement Journal, and Performance Improvement Quarterly. The resources spotlighted in these publications are available from a wealth of ISPI’s services and archives. Stop by the resource center at www.ispi.org/resourcecenter for more information and details on all of the resources ISPI brings to your fingertips. Give back to your community! Be a contributing reader and member today!
We want YOU! The editors of the PerformanceXpress.org (PX) monthly publication encourage you to submit to PX. Each monthly issue of PX contains exciting feature articles highlighting current developments and ideas in performance improvement, as well as regular columns written by dedicated professionals spotting trends, presenting human performance technology (HPT) case studies, and delving into behavioral science. The columns are categorized by titles in the drop down top menu on the PerformanceXpress (www.performancexpress.org) home page.
It is all organized to give you quick access to the best online content for performance improvement professionals. Follow our link www.ispi.org/px for more details about publishing in the journal.
Follow PerformanceXpress on Twitter @ISPI1962 with hashtag #PX for updates and notifications. We are looking forward to your submission.
Performance Improvement Journal
We want YOU! The editor of the Performance Improvement Journal (PIJ) encourages those who are fans of the journal and have always wanted to submit to do so. Published in partnership with John Wiley & Sons Inc., PIJ is an acclaimed journal geared toward practitioners of performance technology in the workplace. Learn from hands-on experiences with models, interventions, “how-to” guides, and ready-to-use job aids, as well as research articles. PJI also offers updates on trends, reviews, and field viewpoints. The journal deals with all types of interventions and all phases of the HPT process. The common theme is performance improvement practice or technique that is supported by research or germane theory.
We encourage presenters from the ISPI Reno Conference–especially those who presented 90-minute sessions and Chat ‘n’ Chew sessions–to seriously consider turning your presentation into an article for a future issue of PIJ. You have already done the research and given your presentation and received feedback from practitioners who attended your session–just go one step further and put into writing your ideas!
Follow our link www.ispi.org/journal for more details about publishing in the journal. Articles can be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow the Performance Improvement Journal on Twitter @ISPI1962 with hashtag #PIJournal for updates and notifications. We are looking forward to your submission.
Performance Improvement Quarterly
We want YOU! Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ) is our peer-reviewed journal created to stimulate professional discussion in the field and to advance the discipline of HPT through publishing scholarly works. Its emphasis is on human performance technologies such as front-end analysis or evaluation. It also offers literature reviews and experimental studies with a scholarly base, and some case studies.
We are always looking for new authors to submit original works from these communities of practice: process improvement, organizational design and alignment, analysis, evaluation, measurement, performance management, instructional systems, and management of organizational performance. However, we are not limited to only those areas. PIQ will consider literature reviews, experimental studies, survey research, and case studies with a scholarly base.
Follow our link www.ispi.org/quarterly for more details about publishing with PIQ. Follow ISPI on Twitter @ISPI1962 with hashtag #PIQuarterly for updates and notifications. We are looking forward to your submission.
Ideas for Article Topics
Do you find yourself wanting to write but having trouble coming up with a topic? Writer’s block can be a frustrating and difficult to overcome–we have all been there. ISPI has composed a list of topics for all three of our publications to get your creativity flowing and to spark inspiration:
- Organizational design
- Technical training
- Instructional systems design and architecture
- Sustainability and measuring results
- HPT (and the difference from one culture to others)
- Training and development; web based training and development
- Web 2.0
- Social media
From a variety of industries that include (but not limited to):
- Armed forces
- Health care and medical practices or technology
- Non-government organizations
- Virtual companies
In other words, for a topic–the sky is the limit.
If you have any ideas or suggestions or want to run an idea by our editors, please feel free to drop us an email email@example.com and keep writing!