Thursday, May 5, 2011

The Performance Conference 2011

The 2011 theme was simple yet very profound: THE Performance Improvement Conference! Plus, this year ISPI launched a new Research-to-Practice Day!

Graphic by Lynn Kearny

With the focus on performance technology, the International Society for Performance Improvement is in a position to be a powerful force for helping organizations successfully adapt to the ever-changing business environment. 

During THE Performance Improvement Conference, April 8-13, 2011, in Orlando, Florida, participants had the opportunity to learn from the many expert presenters sharing their thoughts on adapting to the current external environmental forces and applying and implementing innovations. Answers were found to some of the most significant problems many organizations are facing. There were many chances to share best practices, and network with the smartest minds in the industry from around the globe.

ISPI continues to shape the future of performance improvement through learning, sharing, working together, and networking. We gather great minds and practices from the environments where human performance technology (HPT), with all its potential, has so much to offer. This includes business, government, military, health care, academia, and other sectors. 

KNO Partner Steven Kelly (right) with Jason Lei (Jetblue) discussing 2012 awards

It is important to hear what they say, share your insights, help move our profession forward, and improve your performance. The knowledge available in this field is dynamic and growing. ISPI thought leaders are constantly adding to the foundations of that knowledge. Every year active practitioners discover new ways to implement what has been learned so far.

During the upcoming 2012 conference in Toronto, we will come together to learn and share. We will build on what we know already, improve our skills at applying that knowledge, and facilitate the creation of valued results for ourselves, our clients, our organizations, and society in general. Consider to join us.

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