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First Time Conference Experience

First Time Conference Experience

As THE Performance Improvement Conference has come and gone, the International Society for Performance Improvement is now gearing up for the 2013 conference in Reno Nevada. All the preparation and hard work during the conference by ISPI staff and volunteers pulled things together and made the 50th anniversary of ISPI quite memorable.

A Student’s Perspective

A Student’s Perspective

By: Reece L. Hauf Ask a student if he or she understands needs and training assessment, if he or she has ever heard of a SME (pronounced “smee”), or if he or she knows what ISPI stands for, and you will likely receive a look of confusion. However, if you ask a student to tell […]

A First-Timer’s View of the ISPI Conference

A First-Timer’s View of the ISPI Conference

By Scott Weersing I was looking forward to the 50th anniversary ISPI conference because it would be a chance to hear from the legends of our profession. And it was great to meet with them, but I also benefited from the meeting and talking with attendees from around the world as they shared their perspective […]

A Student at the ISPI Conference

A Student at the ISPI Conference

I was first introduced to ISPI two years ago in a meeting during my junior year at California State University, Chico. The meeting was for the Instructional Design and Technology Society, a club that uses instructional design and performance improvement to provide services for people and organizations that seek performance improvement. Every year ISPI asks CSU Chico for volunteers for THE Conference.

Chapter Corner: Chapter Ambassadors, New CPC Chair, Global Chapter Community, & CLW News

Chapter Corner: Chapter Ambassadors, New CPC Chair, Global Chapter Community, & CLW News

At THE Performance Improvement Conference, about 30 chapter leaders met to learn, network, and find out about chapter news. James Craumer facilitated the workshop with Dick Handshaw, 2011-12 CPC Chair, and Rose Noxon, 2011-12 CPC Deputy Chair.