For over 40 years, ISPI’s Awards of Excellence program has celebrated the people, products, innovations, and organizations that represent excellence in the field of human performance technology on an annual basis. In the category of Outstanding Human Performance Interventions, eleven interventions were selected.
ISPI’s Outstanding Human Performance Communication award recognizes an outstanding article, book, curriculum, course, or workshop that enables individuals or organizations to achieve excellence in human performance technology.
The theme of this year’s conference is “Bridging Our Past & Future.” What could be a better way to bridge our past and our future than by embarking on a rewarding professional mentoring journey?
Bridging Our Past & Future: 25-Year Viewpoint From the National Society for Programmed Instruction, to Performance and Instruction, to ISPI
By Roger Addison, CPT, PhD In the spirit of the 2015 Conference theme, Bridging Our Past and Future, I thought I would take a look at what was happening 25 years ago and then bring us to a current view of ISPI. In 1990, world events included the reunification of Germany, the beginning of the […]
CPT volunteers are needed for a “SHARK TANK” style presenting opportunity at the 2015 CPT Meeting at THE Performance Improvement Conference in San Antonio.
The Kirkpatrick Model comprises the foremost evaluation methodology in the world. In these courses you will learn directly from the Kirkpatricks the true and correct model and how to apply it to maximize the business results from your training initiatives. Of urgent importance to ISPI members is the emphasis of aligning and leveraging performance (Level 3) and mission accomplishment (Level 4).
Our profession is made up of the best and brightest in the field of performance improvement. Your contributions–extensive like a book or shorter like a PerformanceXpress article–are the resources used by universities, corporations, government, and many more to expand and build upon current thinking in the performance improvement field.
Both, PIJ and PIQ are only available online through ISPI. Each issue is packed full of knowledge and skill building articles focusing on performance improvement and the advancement of Human Performance Technology. Take a look below and see the titles, authors, and abstracts of both issues.
This item is #1 because everything depends on the present members’ thinking and feelings that add up to the realization that participation in ISPI was very worthwhile. Being worthwhile means that that they felt involved in both planning and participating in events to the point that they grew in useful knowledge, skills, and abilities.