From the NSPI Conference 1981
Note: the NSPI of the 1980s is now … ISPI.
The BEM is the late Tom Gilbert’s Behavior Engineering Model – which follows after Don Bullock’s 4-page Job Aid – provided to you as jpegs and as a PDF.
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Here is the PDF of this 4-page Job Aid: 1981 BEM Checklist Bullock
Don Bullock was a valued member of NSPI when I first joined in 1979 – and he was at my first conference in 1980. I enjoyed his newsletters – of which I have a few – someplace. I’ll look.
Gilbert’s BEM – But First …
The Behavior Model for Creating Incompetence
I always showed my clients and staff the above model first – to get their attention – before I shared the next one with them.
The Behavior Engineering Model
The Source: Human Competence
Tom Gilbert (RIP) 1927–1995
Also … Tom on Tom …
Here is a post I did on Tom Gilbert in my collection of posts titled: First Friday Favorite Gurus – my attempt to recognize and thank those who contributed the most to my professional development over the years.
I have recognized 40+ – and could add more (and might).
It was a bit of reflection that I engaged in for several years and shared in order to thank publicly – and potentially lead others to these same people and resources – here.
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