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Performance Improvement Quarterly: 28.3 Issue

Performance Improvement Quarterly: 28.3 Issue

We hope you are enjoying electronic access to the Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ) edited by Ingrid Guerra-López, PhD. PIQ is only available online through ISPI.

<em>Performance Improvement Quarterly</em> Seeks Editor

Performance Improvement Quarterly Seeks Editor

The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) is looking for a new editor to serve a three-year term for our acclaimed journal, Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ). PIQ is a highly respected journal in the field of human performance technology (HPT) and human resources, entering its 29th year of publication.

<em>Performance Improvement Quarterly</em> Seeks Editor

Performance Improvement Quarterly Seeks Editor

The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) is looking for a new editor to serve a three-year term for our acclaimed journal, Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ). PIQ is a highly respected journal in the field of human performance technology (HPT) and human resources, entering its 29th year of publication.

<i>Performance Improvement Quarterly:</i> 28.2

Performance Improvement Quarterly: 28.2

We hope you are finding the value in having unlimited electronic access to every published issue of the Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ). The current 28.2 issue of PIQ is guest edited by William L. Solomonson, CPT, PhD, is available online through ISPI to ISPI members.

This Year in Review: The <i>Performance Improvement Quarterly<i>

This Year in Review: The Performance Improvement Quarterly

As a member of ISPI, you have been given unlimited access to a collection of scholarly works brought together in a journal created to stimulate professional discussion in the field and to advance the discipline of human performance technology (HPT).

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.

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.

Publish with ISPI and Share Your Wealth of Knowledge

Publish with ISPI and Share Your Wealth of Knowledge

Our profession is made up of the best and brightest in the field of performance improvement. Your contributions–extensive like a book or shorter like a PerformanceXpress article–are the resources used by universities, corporations, government, and many more to expand and build upon current thinking. Often, these publications are the “go to” for understanding what works, what might require more thought, and what you might want to avoid. Without you, our profession would be stagnant.

Three Ways to Publish–We Want You!

Three Ways to Publish–We Want You!

Contribute to ISPI’s publications, PerformanceXpress, Performance Improvement Journal, and Performance Improvement Quarterly. The resources spotlighted in these publications are available from a wealth of ISPI’s services and archives. Stop by the resource center at www.ispi.org/resourcecenter for more information and details on all of the resources ISPI brings to your fingertips. Give back to your community! Be a contributing reader and member today!

Keeping Up–Performance Improvement Quarterly 26(2)

Keeping Up–Performance Improvement Quarterly 26(2)

Performance Improvement Quarterly is a peer-reviewed journal created to stimulate professional discussion in the field and to advance the discipline of human performance technology (HPT) through publishing scholarly works. Our current issue, “Keeping Up,” is guest edited by Karen L. Medsker, PhD. She explores five of PIQ’s most influential articles from the past, all related to instruction and mentoring, and the authors have provided research updates on their topics.

Access the Latest Research from PIQ

Access the Latest Research from PIQ

As a member of ISPI, you can share in Dr. Richard Pearlstein’s last issue as editor of Performance Improvement Quarterly, Volume 26, Number 1. In addition, you are able to search the archives which includes more than 700 past articles. Click here for member access to PIQ online.

New Editor Selected for <em>Performance Improvement Quarterly</em>

New Editor Selected for Performance Improvement Quarterly

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.

Should Organization Members Continue to Publish?

Should Organization Members Continue to Publish?

Publishing within your professional organization is critical to the forward movement and development of the organization. It not only builds the food bank of industry knowledge, allowing others to grow and nourish their minds, but also further develops the author’s knowledge on existing platforms of thought. It also promotes exploring different avenues of thought that can lead to roads less traveled.

Performance Improvement Quarterly, Volume 25, Issue 4

Performance Improvement Quarterly, Volume 25, Issue 4

Performance Improvement Quarterly is a peer-reviewed journal created to stimulate professional discussion in the field and to advance the discipline of human performance technology (HPT) through publishing scholarly works. Our current issue, A Kaleidoscope of Knowledge, edited by Richard B. Pearlstein, PhD, expands our knowledge and demonstrates how this expansion is like looking through a kaleidoscope.

New Member Benefit: Access <em>PIQ</em> Electronically

New Member Benefit: Access PIQ Electronically

Performance Improvement Quarterly is part of every ISPI member’s benefits package. This informative publication has unlimited availability to members.

<em>Performance Improvement Quarterly</em> Seeks Editor

Performance Improvement Quarterly Seeks Editor

The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) is looking for a new editor to serve a three-year term for our acclaimed journal, Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ). PIQ is a highly respected journal in the field of human performance technology (HPT) and human resources, entering its 26th year of publication.

New Member Benefit: </br>Access <em>PIQ</em> Electronically

New Member Benefit:
Access PIQ Electronically

Performance Improvement Quarterly is now part of the ISPI benefits package. It is such an informative publication that we had to make it accessible to all members. It is available in digital format and accessible from any web capable device. On your laptop, smart phone, or tablet–take it with you and catch up on some reading no matter where you are.