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<em>Performance Improvement Quarterly</em> Seeks Editor

Performance Improvement Quarterly Seeks Editor

The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) is looking for a new editor to serve a three-year term for our acclaimed journal, Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ). PIQ is a highly respected journal in the field of human performance technology (HPT) and human resources, entering its 29th year of publication.

<em>Performance Improvement Quarterly</em> Seeks Editor

Performance Improvement Quarterly Seeks Editor

The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) is looking for a new editor to serve a three-year term for our acclaimed journal, Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ). PIQ is a highly respected journal in the field of human performance technology (HPT) and human resources, entering its 29th year of publication.

New Editor for the <em>Performance Improvement</em> Journal

New Editor for the Performance Improvement Journal

Recently the co-editors of the journal have said their good-byes and will be truly missed. The journal is currently welcoming its new editor-in-chief, James Pershing CPT, PhD. He is a seasoned professional with many great ideas and will add a new depth of development to the journal.

Performance Improvement Journal Seeks Editor

Performance Improvement Journal Seeks Editor

The International Society for Performance Improvement is currently looking for an ISPI member who can demonstrate an extensive knowledge of human performance technology, has a professional network inside and outside the field, and possesses an editorial review ability to be the editor of Performance Improvement journal.

<em>Performance Improvement Quarterly</em> Seeks Editor

Performance Improvement Quarterly Seeks Editor

The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) is looking for a new editor to serve a three-year term for our acclaimed journal, Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ). PIQ is a highly respected journal in the field of human performance technology (HPT) and human resources, entering its 26th year of publication.

An Interview with Darlene Van Tiem

An Interview with Darlene Van Tiem

I became a member of the Michigan Chapter in 1980s. I was earning my PhD from Wayne State University and the professors recommended that we become active in ISPI. They also required attending one meeting as a course requirement.

Performance Improvement Journal Seeks New Editor

Performance Improvement Journal Seeks New Editor

The International Society for Performance Improvement is currently looking for an ISPI member who can demonstrate an extensive knowledge of human performance technology (HPT), has a professional network inside and outside the field, and possesses an editorial review ability to be the editor of Performance Improvement journal.