Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning Associate Professor Anthony Marker presented an Introduction to Human Performance Technology pre-conference workshop at ISPI’s EMEA (Europe-Middle East-Asia) 12th Annual Conference Cultivating a Culture of Performance Improvement. The workshop, targeted to practitioners new to the field, focused on learning how to manage the fundamental three pillars of the performance improvement process: Problem Analysis, Evaluation of Valued Results, and Successful Implementation. The conference was held September 25-27 in Warsaw, Poland.
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Congratulations to In-Gu Kang who has been awarded the 1st Place Winner of the 2017 Distinguished Dissertation Award from the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI).
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2014 ISPI EMEA Conference
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