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When assessing and measuring human capital, companies face a dilemma: Should they measure the competencies or measure the results? The search for answers to these questions led the authors of this article to a research process that resulted in models, methodologies, and software, to the publication of a book* and the process of Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) certification.
Are you a performance architect? If you work to improve performance in organizations anywhere on the performance landscape, then, yes, you are. And, as a performance architect, you have had experiences, learned from them, and developed your views on work in the performance improvement arena. We know you have thoughts and opinions about your work, and we are quite sure that many of your colleagues would like to hear them. We certainly would. Thus, a salon was constructed just for this purpose.
Last month, ISPI members approved the slate of candidates, which included our first Non-North American to serve as ISPI president-elect, as recommended by the Nominations Committee for the 2014-2016 Board of Directors. On April 16, at THE Performance Improvement Conference in Indianapolis, IN, we will officially welcome our four newly elected officials.
Welcome to the February issue of the Performance Improvement journal (PIJ). This issue of the journal, edited by James Pershing, CPT, PhD, is an introduction to the make-or-break month of New Year’s resolutions. He gives a nod to the Welsh, calling February the “little month.”
ISPI and Kirkpatrick Partners have teamed up to provide ISPI members a 20% discount on selected Kirkpatrick certificate and certification programs.
ISPI has a stellar line up of workshops being offered April 11-13, 2013, in Indianapolis, Indiana, at THE Performance Improvement Conference. As you know, our circle of performance improvement professionals have a lot to offer to those in the field. This is your opportunity to enhance your knowledge and enjoy a day or two of learning and networking with some of the best and brightest in the profession.
Welcome to the January issue of the Performance Improvement journal (PIJ). This issue of the journal, edited by James Pershing, CPT, PhD, is the kickoff to a new year in performance improvement. And, we would like to take this opportunity to wish you a happy and productive 2014.
During the period between April 15, 2010, and July 14, 2013, Deloitte Consulting LLP provided consulting services to the Tax Administration of Kosovo (TAK) on a U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) project. The overall objective of USAID’s Efficient and Sustainable Tax Administration of Kosovo Project was to strengthen capacities of the Tax Administration of Kosovo to improve voluntary taxpayer compliance; bring noncompliant taxpayers into the formal economy; implement tax laws and regulations in a fair and transparent manner; and improve revenue realization.
As we discuss performance improvement practices, we continue to chase an elusive definition of what we mean by “performance consulting.” Some colleagues in our field have provided a standard definition (Jim and Dana Robinson), while others suggest that “performance consulting means something different to every person and every organization” (Judith Hale). Indeed, within my education organization at CA Technologies, we have seen firsthand how difficult it is to craft a usable definition with which everyone can live. I am sure others have experienced the same.
Welcome to the special September issue of the Performance Improvement journal (PIJ). This issue of the journal discusses Standards Transcend Borders, specifically applying skills without boundaries and finding a common ground around the globe. This great issue is loaded with must-read articles from Judith Hale, Janet Annan, Deborah Barrett, Virginia Schmid, and many more.