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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!

Make Social Media More Valuable With Your Input

Make Social Media More Valuable With Your Input

Have you ever posed the question “What is the point behind social media?” To make the explanation simple, social media are the interactions in which people share, create, and exchange information and ideas in online communities or networks. ISPI has active accounts in Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Youtube, Google+, PerformanceXpress.org, and Collaborate.

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.