Handbook of Human Performance Technology: Improving Individual and Organizational Performance Worldwide

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Harold D. Stolovitch, Erica J. Keeps
Wiley, Apr 9, 1999 - Business & Economics - 1010 pages
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The answers to your performance improvement questions are here!

The first edition of the Handbook of Human Performance Technology has been the bible of this rapidly evolving field. This new edition, co-published with The International Society for Performance Improvement, adopts a more international approach and introduces you to many emerging technologies.

You'll learn how to:

  • Plan performance improvement projects
  • Analyze a corporate culture
  • Implement effective interventions
  • Use job aids and multimedia-based training
  • Conduct on-the-job training
  • Evaluate intervention effectiveness
  • Improve your own professional life . . . and much more!

Contributors to the volume comprise a veritable who's who in the field of performance improvement. If you own the trailblazing first edition, you'll want to add this volume to your bookshelf. If you are a trainer, consultant, or a manager engaged in improving performance, this groundbreaking work is indispensable.

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About the author (1999)

HAROLD STOLOVITCH is president of Harold D. Stolovitch & Associates Ltd. (HSA), specialists in the application of instructional technology and human performance technology to business, industry, government, and the military. The past president of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), Stolovitch recently retired as full professor and program head of Instructional Systems Technology at the Universite de Montreal, Quebec. ERICA KEEPS is executive vice-president of Harold D. Stolovitch & Associates Ltd., where she is a principal consultant, as well as chief operating and financial officer. For over thirty years, she has been a practitioner of instructional technology and human performance technology.

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