The September issue of the Performance Improvement journal starts with details on the adaptation of ISPI’s performance improvement standards and models in Rwanda in an effort to initiate a human and institutional development program to strengthen local government agencies and the civil society, explained by Steven Kelly and John Palmucci. The next article by Aurora Seguinot Cruz and Dwayne Dunn is a case study on improving customer satisfaction, quality, and performance involving a cable service provider and would be an insight for those practicing human performance technology (HPT).
ISPI Executive Director Best wishes to April Davis who has left her role at ISPI to delve into field of Education. The ISPI Board of Directors extends best wishes to April in her new endeavors. As you might know, April Davis joined ISPI in 1998 as the Director of Periodical Publications and four years later was […]
By Carol M. Panza ISPI EMEA held its 12th conference September 25-27, 2014, in Warsaw. The conference brought together 67 participants from 19 countries, a truly international gathering of diverse professionals all concerned with this year’s ambitious theme–Cultivating a Culture of Performance Improvement: Agile Response and Tangible Results @WorkWorkerWorkplaceWorld. We would like to share a […]
ISPI and Kirkpatrick Partners have teamed up to provide ISPI members a 20% discount on selected Kirkpatrick certificate and certification programs.
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.
People have an innate ability to learn. We learn from the moment we are born to the day we die, and most learning actually takes place outside of the classroom. Research shows that very frequently, when learners enter a classroom, they turn off their innate ability to learn in order to be taught. This webinar shares successful, proven methodologies–with hands-on exercises for trainers to use to assist learners to take control of their learning.
It is time for you, the ISPI membership, to determine the future direction of ISPI by nominating those members who you feel have the qualifications, experiences, and vision to lead our Society. Up for nomination this year are the President-elect (3-year term, President-elect, President, and Immediate Past President) and two Directors (2-year terms).
During THE Performance Improvement Conference, ISPI presents five special awards that recognize outstanding individuals and organizations for their significant contributions to the field of performance improvement and to the Society itself.
This issue opens with an essay on performance improvement by Carol Haig and Roger Addison that explores the initiatives that organizations use to improve workers, work, and the workplace. We then explore an article that is very direct, “Pragmatism: Making the Most Out of Training,” by Jodi Bueder. In the next article, we had the […]
This will be the final update on the Warsaw conference, which will take place at the end of this month, September 25-27! We hope that you are already planning to join us.