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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.

<i>Performance Improvement</i> Journal: November/December Issue

Performance Improvement Journal: November/December Issue

In 2014’s final issue of the Performance Improvement journal–November/December, 53(10)–you will find an issue loaded with nourishing food for thought on learning and development; performance improving models; distance training; human performance technology (HPT) used to improve performance in India; and a review of a book on performance management coauthored by Aubrey Daniels, one of the keynote speakers from the 2014 Performance Improvement Conference.

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

Performance Improvement Journal: March Issue

Welcome to the March issue of the Performance Improvement journal (PIJ). In this issue, Dr. Pershing opens with a warning, “Beware, the ides of March” (Pershing, 2014, p.2), such an ominous beginning for an inviting journal packed with skill- and knowledge-building articles.

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

Performance Improvement Journal: February Issue

Welcome to the February issue of the Performance Improvement journal (PIJ). This issue of the journal, edited by James Pershing, CPT, PhD, is an introduction to the make-or-break month of New Year’s resolutions. He gives a nod to the Welsh, calling February the “little month.”