Advertisement


Post Tagged with: "#ISPI13"

2013 Distinguished Dissertation Awards

2013 Distinguished Dissertation Awards

ISPI is proud to honor excellence in student research through our Distinguished Dissertation Awards. This initiative is funded by the Society’s Research Committee, chaired this year by William L. Solomonson, CPT, PhD, Oakland University. The recipients were recognized on April 15, during ISPI’s Awards Luncheon in Reno, Nevada.

This Is What the Conference Is All About

This Is What the Conference Is All About

The annual conference has always been an amazing week-long adventure that blurs into one day of constant motion. The running around from one place to the next, jumping through fiery hoops, scaling stairs in a single pounce, delivering printed materials to the next room, making sure all the rooms are set up correctly, tweeting, “Facebooking,” posting on LinkedIn, and helping attendees find the correct course is, for a lesser use of the word, awesome! It is always worth it to me to see something that has taken so long in planning finally come together.

Six Boxes®–Performance Thinking Trumps Methodology

Six Boxes®–Performance Thinking Trumps Methodology

Since the early days in human performance technology (HPT), thought leaders have created models and methodologies, algorithms and tools to help practitioners analyze and improve the performance of people, processes, and organizations. We HPT professionals love our models and methodologies and continue to develop and refine them for greater precision and impact.

Roundtable Presentations at THE Conference

Roundtable Presentations at THE Conference

THE Performance Improvement Conference will feature two roundtable sessions: Chat ‘n’ Chew on Tuesday, April 16, 12:45 – 2:00 pm, and the Lunch ‘n’ Learn on Wednesday, April 17, noon – 1:15 pm.

Conference Frequently Asked Questions

Conference Frequently Asked Questions

The conference offers 100+ hours of education and networking with peers from around the globe. Your registration includes entrance to three keynote sessions, the Research to Practice Symposium, one Masters Presentation, five educational sessions, two roundtable sessions, and three networking breaks.