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.
Are you juggling late night and pre-dawn meetings to accommodate team members around the world? Do you wish Outlook Calendar could show more than two time zones at once? If “Name That Accent” were a game show, would you be the reigning champion? Sounds like you are in charge of a global virtual team!
In this issue, Dr. Pershing explores articles from seasoned professionals that explore different facets of performance improvement. The topics are global performance, fixing a broken performance model, tools to get your company performance from point A to point B, talking points of performance improvement accompanied by a visual representation of what performance improvement is, and a book review of The Star Factor.
Welcome to another issue of Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ)! In this issue, edited by Ingrid Guerra-López, PhD, we begin our educational journey with a study to an ideal vision on the relationship of generativity, values, individual differences, and commitment authored by Doug Leigh.
For anyone who missed last month’s article about the ISPI EMEA conference in Warsaw, we cordially invite you to visit our blog at http://ispi-europe.blogspot.com/ or our website at www.ispi-emea.org where you will be able to access videos from several of our most recent conferences, containing participant reactions, and download the Feedback Report form our 2013 conference.
As ISPI Montreal tries to find its footing once again as a chapter, it has been lining up a slew of interesting events. Up until now it has hosted five events since its relaunch in October 2013.
This webinar will introduce some new ideas that radically simplify process analysis work. In essence, this talk will introduce a scope diagram–a way for a team to quickly define the types of problems one faces in a specific process situation. Having identified possible problems, we will then consider the nature of the solutions that might be appropriate for different types of problems.