A Non-Political Case Study on Training Evaluation & Performance Technology | Michael Fritsch
Michael Fritsch, Valerie Bernard, Deborah Hood, and Daryl Harshbarger
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At our ISPI Texas meetings, We encourage you to share an operational or behavioral performance challenge at work. Once identified, our members go into ACTION and use evidence based skills, tools and techniques outlined by the ISPI Performance Improvement Standards to give you relevant insight into a best practice intervention that aligns your business objectives with worker expectations.
Director of Training
April 2014 – Present (1 year 4 months) (more…)
Over 27 years of experience in leading large and emerging high technology organizations across multiple functions. (more…)
Helping leaders lead & organizations succeed.
As an executive consultant, I work with leaders, teams and organizations that want to get the best out of themselves (more…)
A creative learning and development professional with over 10 years of experience supporting global organizational development through designing and delivering a variety of learning strategies and solutions as an individual performer and leader. (more…)
People and Organization Effectiveness Manager at Jack in the Box
Assistant Professor at University of North Texas
University of North Texas
Pennsylvania State University, University Park
State College, Pennsylvania Area
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. 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.
Published in partnership with John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Performance Improvement is an acclaimed journal geared toward practitioners of performance technology in the workplace. Learn from hands-on experiences with models, interventions, "how-to" guides, and ready-to-use job aids, as well as research articles. Performance Improvement also offers updates on trends, reviews, and field viewpoints. The journal deals with all types of interventions and all phases of the HPT process. The common theme is performance improvement practice or technique that is supported by research or germane theory.