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Performance Improvement Quarterly: 28.1 Issue

Performance Improvement Quarterly: 28.1 Issue

The We hope you are enjoying electronic access to the Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ) edited by Ingrid Guerra-López, PhD. PIQ is a peer-reviewed journal created to stimulate professional discussion in the field and to advance the discipline of HPT through publishing scholarly works.

ISPI Announces Outstanding Research/Student Research Award of Excellence

ISPI Announces Outstanding Research/Student Research Award of Excellence

ISPI’s Award of Excellence Program honors outstanding student and professional research. This award recognizes outstanding research in the field of Human Performance Technology or a related field such as Adult Education, Human Technology, Behavioral Psychology, or Vocational Education.

ISPI Announces Outstanding Research/Student Research Award of Excellence

ISPI Announces Outstanding Research/Student Research Award of Excellence

ISPI’s Award of Excellence Program honors outstanding student and professional research. This award recognizes outstanding research in the field of Human Performance Technology or a related field such as Adult Education, Human Technology, Behavioral Psychology, or Vocational Education.

Performance Improvement Journal: January Issue & Performance Improvement Quarterly 27.4

Performance Improvement Journal: January Issue & Performance Improvement Quarterly 27.4

Both, PIJ and PIQ are only available online through ISPI. Each issue is packed full of knowledge and skill building articles focusing on performance improvement and the advancement of Human Performance Technology. Take a look below and see the titles, authors, and abstracts of both issues.

<em>Performance Improvement Quarterly</em> 27(2)

Performance Improvement Quarterly 27(2)

Welcome to another issue of Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ)! In this issue, edited by Ingrid Guerra-López, PhD, we begin our educational journey with a study to an ideal vision on the relationship of generativity, values, individual differences, and commitment authored by Doug Leigh.

First HPT Conference in Colombia–October 28-29, 2013

First HPT Conference in Colombia–October 28-29, 2013

The Performance Improvement Global Network Chapter, the Performance Improvement Institute, and the Colombian Association for Human Resources (ASCORT) conducted in Medellin the first HPT Conference on Human Capital, a two-day event focused on developing social, organizational, and individual performance improvement projects following the Performance Improvement Institute model developed at the Sonora Institute of Technology.

From the Board: Growing HPT Practice and Practitioners in a Complex Yet Promising Global Environment

From the Board: Growing HPT Practice and Practitioners in a Complex Yet Promising Global Environment

In furtherance to previous discussions on the critical role of diagnosis before selecting interventions by Steven J. Kelly and using evidence to drive performance improvement by Ingrid Guerra-Lopez, I would like to discuss opportunities for the growth of HPT practice in a highly diversified and complex, yet promising global environment, for performance improvement.