The institute is global. Members of its communities of practice (CoPs) both live and work in different parts of the world. Our approach to HPT is the same–we are dedicated to building capacity in HPT in our members and our clients. Working together, we find common ground and collaborate on building the future.
We have no boundaries. Our work to-date has been serving clients at the national level within the United States, but these projects include functions occurring in multiple countries. Our organization approaches human performance technology in consideration of cultural, societal, organizational, and individual attributes, attitudes, and perspectives.
IBI International provides consulting services and technical assistance in developing countries, particularly those recovering from conflicts, to improve economic growth and governance. Human performance technology methodologies offer a clear path to institutional rebuilding in such situations.
FITC is a special purpose not-for-profit professional services organization, established in 1981 in Nigeria, and owned by the Nigerian Bankers’ Committee. FITC provides professional services in matters relating to the acquisition, management, and development of the human capital to the operators and regulators in the Nigerian Financial System.
An interview with Ms. Hong Yi, a Vice President and board member of Sinotrac Consulting Company Ltd.
Welcome to ISPI’s Organizational Spotlight! This column focuses on our members–some you may know, some you may not. Each month, we will explore what brought them to ISPI, how they use the principles of human performance technology (HPT), and their insights into the value of membership. This month our interview is with longtime ISPI partners [...]