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Performance Improving Technology: Review of Stormboard Online Brainstorming and Collaboration Tool

Performance Improving Technology: Review of Stormboard Online Brainstorming and Collaboration Tool

You only need to visit Collaborate to see that the organization recognizes the value of collaboration–and online collaboration at that. Collaboration opportunities are prominent right at the top of the home page.

This Year in Review: The <i>Performance Improvement Quarterly<i>

This Year in Review: The Performance Improvement Quarterly

As a member of ISPI, you have been given unlimited access to a collection of scholarly works brought together in a journal created to stimulate professional discussion in the field and to advance the discipline of human performance technology (HPT).

Preview: The 2014 Chapter Leaders Workshop

Preview: The 2014 Chapter Leaders Workshop

At THE Performance Improvement Conference, the Chapter Partnership Committee presents the Chapter Leaders Workshop (CLW). This year, we will hold the workshop Sunday, April 13, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This event is free and open to all chapter leaders. Our intent is to have at least one representative from each chapter attend the workshop. Chapter leaders will report back to their boards by summarizing the experience, sharing print materials, and discussing implications for their chapters.

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Creating Engaging Web-Based Training with Ken Steinman

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Creating Engaging Web-Based Training with Ken Steinman

Tired of churning out “page turner” content? Are learners getting what they need to out of the training you deliver online, or are they still left with too many open questions? Come to this SkillCast to learn techniques that will enable you to deliver better quality content to a diverse audience and improve the results in a variety of situations. We will specifically look at the tools, techniques, and best practices available today with a variety of tools and media to efficiently build content that will effectively support your audience for whatever setting you are responsible for.

Make Social Media More Valuable With Your Input

Make Social Media More Valuable With Your Input

Have you ever posed the question “What is the point behind social media?” To make the explanation simple, social media are the interactions in which people share, create, and exchange information and ideas in online communities or networks. ISPI has active accounts in Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Youtube, Google+, PerformanceXpress.org, and Collaborate.

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Social Media at Work: How Networking Tools Propel Organizational Performance

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Social Media at Work: How Networking Tools Propel Organizational Performance

In this webinar, learn more about the startling growth of social media and social networking in our personal and business lives. We’ll begin the session with some level-setting on what social media is and then discuss the areas in which social media has the potential improve organizational performance.

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Explaining Performance Issues to Executives

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Explaining Performance Issues to Executives

Are you finding it a challenge to keep up professionally? Got a stack of books and articles you keep meaning to get to? Let the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) provide that vital professional boost with our archived SkillCast series only available to members.

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Evaluation: The Link Between Learning and Performance

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Evaluation: The Link Between Learning and Performance

“You can’t improve it if you can’t measure it” (Lord Kelvin, 1883). Managers need information with which to make decisions. Systematic evaluation of efforts and results will not only provide this information but also encourage improved performance. Although evaluation has always had a place in instructional design and performance improvement, few programs are systematically evaluated to see if participants change their behavior (Level 3) or if individual and organizational performance (Level 4) was actually improved.

Chapter Corner</br>Looking for Professional Development? Our Chapters Might Have the Answer!

Chapter Corner
Looking for Professional Development? Our Chapters Might Have the Answer!

Your people may need development opportunities, but the sending them to conferences and workshops could be costly. You could have them participate in the various free webinars, but most of those do not have the substance that your people need.

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members

Are you finding it a challenge to keep up professionally? Got a stack of books and articles you keep meaning to get to? Let ISPI provide that vital professional boost with our SkillCast series available to members as a great skill and educational building benefit.

ISPI Collaborate: A Member’s Perspective with Janet Buckenmeyer

ISPI Collaborate: A Member’s Perspective with Janet Buckenmeyer

ISPI’s Collaborate is sort of like a mythical creature. Many people do not believe in it, but it is something special. Soon, all of our members will see. This is why we started a more interactive look into Collaborate, versus me just telling you about how I navigate Collaborate. This month’s article is a bit different from last month’s because ISPI answers some concerns that I believe a lot of our members have. ISPI’s responses to Janet Buckenmeyer’s comments are in blue. Thank you to Janet Buckenmeyer, PhD, for taking time out of her schedule to answer these questions.

ISPI Collaborate: A Member’s Perspective with Lucy Newman

ISPI Collaborate: A Member’s Perspective with Lucy Newman

When I was approached to write articles about ISPI Collaborate, I was very excited. I admit, my writing is a bit rusty, but I figured I had majored in journalism, so I might as well put it to the test. After my initial excitement wore off, the fear crept in. What am I going to write about? Can I do it justice? As I began my journey, I tried navigating ISPI Collaborate like a ghost because I did not want to interfere with those using the platform. I looked in on everything, but never engaged.

Partnership with APQC Results in Best Practices Report

Partnership with APQC Results in Best Practices Report

In 2012, ISPI was approached by the American Productivity and Quality Center (APQC) to become an Alliance Partner to uncover leading practices and approaches associated with successful performance measurement systems.

Collaborate: PI Members Only

Collaborate: PI Members Only

So far, we have armed you with the knowledge to tackle Collaborate and get on that points board. But how do you access Member Only resources? Don’t worry, I have you covered. Whether you are interested in SkillCasts, archival textbooks, or conference documents, you will be able to access them with ease.

Get to Know the Virtual ISPI: ISPI Collaborate

Get to Know the Virtual ISPI: ISPI Collaborate

ISPI Collaborate is our newest member resource, an interactive forum where members can engage and learn. Collaborate has a wealth of information and the tools below will give you the knowledge to navigate it with ease. With this basic knowledge, you will be able to master the site and take advantage of all it has to offer.

Chapter Corner: Chapter Resources Moved to the Global Chapter Forum Community

Chapter Corner: Chapter Resources Moved to the Global Chapter Forum Community

The Chapter Partnership Committee (CPC) has moved the chapter resources from the ispi.org website to the ISPI Collaborate Global Chapter Forum Community. The Global Chapter Forum Community is for members of ISPI chapters to share their common chapter experiences.

Let Me Tell You Why I Have Decided to Use Collaborate

Let Me Tell You Why I Have Decided to Use Collaborate

I have decided to use Collaborate to help define and refine my professional development path. After a full career in the Navy and several years of industry experience in the federal sector, I have discovered that my real passion is for performance improvement, but I did not really understand how to gain formal education and credibility in the field.

Let Me Tell You Why I Am so Active on the New ISPI Collaborate Tool

Let Me Tell You Why I Am so Active on the New ISPI Collaborate Tool

As a person who has worked virtually for more than 10 years, did my graduate and doctoral degrees at Capella’s Virtual University, and was founder of Capella’s award-winning virtual chapter, I am obviously very comfortable in cyberspace. However, one of the most exciting things about ISPI is getting to share information, tools, and ideas with like-minded professionals.

Collaborate with ISPI Collaborate

Collaborate with ISPI Collaborate

Have you visited ISPI’s new Professional Networking Platform?
Complete Your Profile. Get Started: ISPI Collaborate
Blog. Discuss. Post an Event. Get Started: ISPI Collaborate
Search, Add, Edit Glossary — over 1,000 terms. You can learn more about the Glossary in this month’s From the Board article. Get Started: ISPI Collaborate
Get Involved. Be Recognized. Get Started: ISPI Collaborate
Watch an Archived Webinar. Find a Member. Meet a CPT. Whatever your level of involvement, the key to success is YOU! Get Started: ISPI Collaborate