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Evaluate an Organization’s Readiness for E-Learning

Evaluate an Organization’s Readiness for E-Learning

The need for quality assurance in online training for corporate users became pressing with the rapid increase in reliance on the online modality over the past two decades (Zhang, 2013). There is increasing concern among researchers regarding the inadequacy of e-learning evaluation in the private sector, primarily in the alignment of e-learning effectiveness with the financial goals of the organization (Driscoll, 2002; O’Connor, 2006).

Call for Strategic HPT: Shift in Focus from Performance Problems to Performance Opportunities

Call for Strategic HPT: Shift in Focus from Performance Problems to Performance Opportunities

Performance improvement professionals are familiar with the various guises of flagging performance–be it high employee turnover, decline in market share, customer complaints, and so on. By the same token, indicators that suggest an organization is performing are increased shareholder value, greater customer loyalty, higher returns per employee, ability to innovate, and efficient business processes, to name a few.

<em>Performance Improvement</em> Journal: January Issue

Performance Improvement Journal: January Issue

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.

An Investigation of the Development of Expertise: The Personality Traits of Human Performance Improvement Experts, as Measured by the Neuroticism, Extraversion, and Openness (NEO) Personality Inventory-Revised (NEO PI-R)

An Investigation of the Development of Expertise: The Personality Traits of Human Performance Improvement Experts, as Measured by the Neuroticism, Extraversion, and Openness (NEO) Personality Inventory-Revised (NEO PI-R)

The research topic was the role of normal human personality traits in the development of expertise in the profession of human performance improvement. The research focused on human performance improvement experts, called Certified Performance Technologists (CPTs).