HPI Series: Performance & Gap Analyses

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Last week, you learned about the Organizational/Business analysis in the Human Performance Improvement (HPI) model. To recap, the organizational or business analysis is the process of identifying and clarifying company vision, mission, goals, targets, and needs. This step in the process ultimately works to assist the performance consultant understand what the organization values the most. […]

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HPI Series: Organizational/Business Analysis

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Last week I discussed the difference between performance management and human performance improvement. In case you missed the post, here is the high-level difference between the two: Performance Management Performance Management is usually referenced as the process of managing performance of an organization, department, or employee. Performance is typically measured by established goals and a […]

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Performance Management vs. Human Performance Improvement

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Today’s workplace involves more scrutiny in terms of performance, but when it comes to improving that performance what comes to mind? Performance management or (Human) Performance Improvement? When managing performance, performance management and performance improvement can be two different things? How so you might ask. Performance Management Performance Management is usually referenced as the process […]

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New Content on the Way!

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August will be the breaking point for consistent, regular content on the Performance I Create site by our contributors. New posts will be up as soon as next week! Look for new posts on various topics to include: Human Performance Improvement Training & Telling Performance Reviews Leadership And Much More If you would like to […]

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People Learn From Awesome

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E-learning – you’ve done it.  Your organization has bought the fancy LMS and you’ve stocked your stable with instructional designers and fancy Flash developers ready to make immersive learning worlds for your employees.  The expensive to run instructor-led curriculum has been converted to a fancy new e-learning course complete with a theme intended to engage […]

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ASTD International Conference & Exposition 2011

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For those that are contemplating attending the 2011 ASTD International Conference and Exposition, review Kimberly Seeger’s – conference mentor – outline below. ** The ASTD International Conference and Exposition on May 22 – 25 will host more than 10,000 Workplace Learning Professionals in Orlando.  If you have not attended this conference before or it’s been […]

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