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The <em>Performance Improvement</em> Journal: September Issue

The Performance Improvement Journal: September Issue

Welcome to the September issue of the Performance Improvement journal (PIJ). In this issue you will find learning materials, tools, models, visuals, tips, tricks, and reviews that will keep you striving for excellence. These handcrafted articles developed by thinkers and doers in the community are edited by Dr. James Pershing. This issue includes articles focusing on Gilbert’s behavior engineering model, sustainable employee engagement, human process improvement, and motivation.

The <i>Performance Improvement</i> Journal: August Issue

The Performance Improvement Journal: August Issue

Welcome to the August issue of the Performance Improvement journal (PIJ). In this issue you will find learning materials, tools, models, visuals, tips, tricks, and reviews that will keep you striving for excellence. These handcrafted articles developed by thinkers and doers in the community are edited by Dr. James Pershing. This issue includes articles focusing on individual and organizational development and growth, the use of the HPT model, and motivation.

Special Issue of Performance Improvement Journal: April Issue, Part 1

Special Issue of Performance Improvement Journal: April Issue, Part 1

In this special issue of the Performance Improvement journal–April 2015, 54(4)–guest edited by Atena Bishka, we are focusing on motivation. In this issue you will find different articles addressing different perspectives of motivation and its role in human performance technology (HPT).

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

Performance Improvement Journal: March Issue

In the most recent issue of the Performance Improvement journal–March, 54(3)–you will find an issue loaded with nourishing food for thought, picked from the tree of self-reflection, that will help us discover which direction we can further grow to reach our goals; performance improvement told in a continually changing story; scenario-based learning; a closer look at change management and the confusion that accompanies it; and a new introduction to an article from the past on research and theory to practice and the original article published in April 2000.

A Cup of Coffee and Conversation with the One and Only Darlene Van Tiem

A Cup of Coffee and Conversation with the One and Only Darlene Van Tiem

In a staff meeting we came up with the idea to interview a current member who had been with ISPI for a while. My first thought was Darlene Van Tiem. I wanted to jump at this opportunity because I have always enjoyed talking with Darlene. She is warm, easy to talk to, very friendly, and extremely knowledgeable.

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

Performance Improvement Journal: October Issue

The October 53.9 issue of the Performance Improvement journal is filled with learning materials, tools, models, visuals, tips, tricks, and reviews that are great food for thought that will keep you striving for excellence. Below you will find the titles, authors, and abstracts in the current issue of PIJ available for download via the Wiley Online Library; access PIJ online from the Member Resource Center. To access, you must log in.

<em>Performance Improvement</em> Journal: May/June Issue

Performance Improvement Journal: May/June Issue

In this issue, Dr. Pershing explores articles from seasoned professionals and new up-and-comers in the industry. Roger Chevalier opens this issue with a powerful piece taking a look at his approach and tools in workplace performance. He then further explores a hot topic of big data and how it can provide companies with more of an edge. Continuing in the workplace, and diving into the topic of performance management, Amanda Trosten-Bloom, Tye Deines, and Tracy Carsten present a different approach on this topic. The issue is then rounded out with an amazing piece from the past, written by none other than Thomas Gilbert. Marilyn Gilbert was kind enough to supply this wonderful piece to the journal readers.

<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.

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.