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Modeling HPT: Diagnostic and Prescriptive Power

Modeling HPT: Diagnostic and Prescriptive Power

John B. Lazar and Daniela Robu How do the ISPI principles and standards inform the way we look at, think about, and engage in our performance improvement efforts? Can we bring the human performance technology (HPT) framework, practices, and models to bear to understand a situation, then design, deliver, and evaluate the efficiency of our […]

NEW! Fundamentals of Performance Improvement: A Path to Strategic Success Presentation

NEW! Fundamentals of Performance Improvement: A Path to Strategic Success Presentation

ISPI has developed a 90-minute presentation, “Fundamentals of Performance Improvement: A Path to Strategic Success,” consisting of the presentation and two handouts to assist those inside and outside of our profession with the purpose of introducing performance improvement to colleagues, clients, students, or anyone new to the field.

When Assigned a Project, a CPT Will Always RSVP

When Assigned a Project, a CPT Will Always RSVP

Recently, I was asked to share my thoughts concerning the value that a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) brings to a corporation or organization. When I thought about this, what came to mind was the standard of work that we all produce when assigned a project. You see, any time a CPT is assigned to a project, leadership knows they can expect a CPT to RSVP.

TrendSpotters: atTract New Business

TrendSpotters: atTract New Business

We are delighted to welcome Joanne Black to TrendSpotters this month. A colleague we have known and learned from for many years, Joanne, is a lifelong sales professional who is an authority on referral selling. Through her company, No More Cold Calling®, Joanne leads workshops, speaks at events, and offers consulting services to private clients.

TrendSpotters: <br/>Backyard HPT Researcher Model

TrendSpotters:
Backyard HPT Researcher Model

The Backyard HPT Researcher is built to the RSVP standards. Users of the model begin with a desired result: a final prototype or product.

TrendSpotters:<br/>The Pyramid of Success

TrendSpotters:
The Pyramid of Success

Developed by Coach Wooden in 1948 and refined for 14 more years, this model has been revered and used with great results by countless sports teams, business executives, and people in every imaginable arena.