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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.
July 2014–Rwanda is on the move. It is one of the only countries expected to meet the Millennium Development Goals by 2015, and it is already a leader on the continent in the areas of health care and economic growth. The successes are remarkable, but to be sustainable over the long term, Rwanda’s local institutions have to be healthy and high performing.
Cultivating a Culture of Performance Improvement: Agile Response and Tangible Results @WorkerWorkWorkplaceWorld
Only you can contribute your unique perspective! At ISPI Europe/EMEA, we believe that a conference is more than its programs and presenters. Our conference participants are every bit as much a part of the total learning experience as our fabulous presenters. Our conferences are compelling because of their innovative, active-interactive format.
It has truly been a privilege to serve the Society as its president; it has been tremendously rewarding, both professionally and personally. When I considered running for the Board, I did it with the intention to give back to the learning and performance community, to learn and experience leading a professional association, and to meet like-minded individuals from around the globe.
I attended the two-day Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) Workshop at THE Performance Improvement Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, this past April 12-13. This workshop is offered through ISPI and is designed to help learning and performance improvement professionals prepare to apply for the CPT certification. The workshop was taught by performance improvement legend Dr. Judy Hale.
Last month, I traveled with three of my colleagues to sunny Indianapolis for six days of learning at ISPI’s 2014 conference. The conference opened to the general members on Monday; however, we were busy all weekend! Becky Holden attended the CPT workshop, Lisa Lange went to the Principles and Practices of Performance Improvement workshop, and I delivered a Fundamentals of Performance presentation for ISPI leaders to get the word out about performance technology.
At THE Performance Improvement Conference 2014 in Indianapolis, I want to work with you to answer the question: Is agile compatible with human performance technology (HPT)? This is a preview of my 75-minute Educational Session. As a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) working at a technology company developing its software in an agile fashion, I have spent a lot of time considering the compatibility of the two approaches.
Author Bruce Barton once noted, “When you’re through changing, you’re through.” This is certainly true for e-learning, especially now, as the knowledge economy meets the digital workplace. Just when you think you have set your direction, things evolve. What strategic–not tactical–shifts in the e-learning field should we prepare for, even while we maintain our current efforts?
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.
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.