Human Performance Improvement: Building Practitioner Competence

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Elsevier/Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007 - Business & Economics - 402 pages
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Today's dynamic organizations must achieve positive results in record time - a challenge that requires managers to avoid problems before they arise and to solve these issues quickly. Human Performance Improvement (HPI) is a powerful tool that can be used to help build intellectual capital, establish and maintain a 'high-performance workplace, enhance profitability, and encourage productivity' - as well as increase return on equity and improved safety.

Written by a group of highly respected authors in the field, this book will show you how to:-

- discover and analyze performance gaps
- plan for future improvements in human performance
- design and develop cost-effective interventions to close performance gaps.

* Tools and techniques fundamental to the practice of HPI
* Incorporates the latest thinking
* Companion website available to support second edition.

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WILLIAM J. ROTHWELL is professor of Workplace Learning and Performance at Pennsylvania State University and president of Rothwell & Associates, a consultancy with more than 35 multinational clients. He is the author of Effective Succession Planning and The Manager's Guide to Maximizing Employee Potential.

Hohne is president of Hohne Consulting Inc.-a consulting firm that works with clients to improve business results through people.

King is president of King & Associates, Inc., a consulting firm that partners with organizations on a variety of human performance improvement projects.

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