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Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ ) is a peer-reviewed journal created to stimulate professional discussion in the field and to advance the discipline of performance improvement through publishing scholarly works. Its emphasis is on human performance technologies such as front-end analysis or evaluation. It also offers literature reviews and experimental studies with a scholarly base, and some case studies. PIQ is published in partnership with John Wiley & Sons and is available to ISPI members as one of many benefits with unlimited access to PIQ through the Wiley publications website.
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Performance Improvement Quarterly is ISPI’s peer-reviewed journal created to stimulate professional discussion in the field and to advance the discipline of HPT through the publishing of scholarly works. Access to these great articles and over 24 years’ worth archived on the Wiley Online Library is $45 for ISPI members. Today, we are giving you a taste of what you’re missing! Call today to subscribe: 301-587-8570 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit your accomplishments and research to one of ISPI’s prestigious journals and get the recognition you deserve, and share your findings and ideas with your peers.
You are invited to submit your paper for possible inclusion in a future issue of Performance Improvement Quarterly.
The goal of PIQ is to stimulate professional discussion and advance the interdisciplinary field of human performance technology (HPT) through the publication of scholarly works.
The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) is currently accepting applications for the 2011 Distinguished Dissertation Awards. Submissions due by January 4, 2011