Announcing a New Website with HPT/PI Content

From Carol Haig, Roger Addison and Guy Wallace

The updated ISPI Website no longer includes some of our past efforts to promote Human Performance Technology/ Performance Improvement – and so we’ve created a home for them here – at www.hpttreasures.wordpress.com.

The site has just recently gone up – and we’ll be adding to it as time goes on.

Click on the graphic to go to the new site now!

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TrendSpotters

This page provides PDFs of the monthly TrendSpotters columns written by Carol Haig and Roger Addison, published by ISPI from 2002 to 2012.

TrendSpotters was a monthly column that appeared in PerformanceXpress, the online newsletter of the International Society for Performance Improvement.

Conceived in 2002 by Carol Haig, CPT and Roger Addison, CPT, EdD, this column’s purpose was to make available performance improvement models and tools that readers could use in their work. Each column featured a guest practitioner in Performance Improvement or a related arena. The authors interviewed each guest and then wrote the column, showcasing the guest, the model or tool they shared, a success story featuring the model or tool, and information for using it. All the models and tools are stored on this website where readers may access and download them.

HPT Practitioner & Legacy Video Series

This page provides a list of links to two series of YouTube videos created by Guy W. Wallace, beginning in 2008 – and includes over 60 videos of HPT Practitioners.

HPT Practitioner Video Series – short 2-10 minutes, following a script. Intended to show the diversity of HPT Practices and HPT Practitioners.

HPT Legacy Video Series – longer 15-40 minutes, also scripted, with added stories of other NSPI/ ISPI’ers from the earlier days of the Society. Intended to show the diversity of HPT Practices and HPT Practitioners, and to capture stories of the people from NSPI/ISPI’s past.

All videos were shot, edited and produced by Guy W. Wallace.

Click on the graphic to go to the new site now!

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Article PDFs

This page provides PDFs of articles authored or co-authored by Carol Haig, by Roger Addison, and by Guy W. Wallace, on topics related to HPT – Human Performance Technology.

Our Books

This page provides a listing of our books.

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Carol Haig

Carol is a long time member of NSPI/ISPI, has served as past Board Director of ISPI, and is the recipient of ISPI’s highest honor – the Honorary Life Member Award – requiring unanimous approval by two successive Boards.

From LinkedIn:

Skilled performance improvement practitioner with experience across industries in managing projects and designing and developing materials for a broad range of needs. Experienced with executive development, sales skills, train-the-trainer, production management, software training support, customer service, insurance and baking products and services, human resources initiatives, call centers, corporate mergers and acquisitions.

Specialties: Needs analysis, new employee orientation, materials development, newsletters, written communications

Roger Addison

Roger is a long time member of NSPI/ISPI, has served as past Board Director of ISPI, and is the recipient of ISPI’s highest honor – the Honorary Life Member Award – requiring unanimous approval by two successive Boards.

From LinkedIn:

Dr. Roger M. Addison, CPT, is the founder of Addison Consulting and an internationally respected practitioner of Performance Technology (PT) and performance consulting. He was the Senior Director Of Human Performance Technology for the International Society for Performance Improvement. Roger was Vice President and Manager at Wells Fargo. His responsibilities included executive coaching and education, change management and partnering with line managers to improve performance. He consults with Fortune 500 organizations to help them align their business requirements with bottom line results. Roger has successfully implemented performance improvement initiatives in a number of organizations. Roger is Certified in Performance Technology.

Roger is a frequent speaker at the International Society For Performance Improvement (ISPI), the International Federation of Training and Development Organisations (IFTDO) and the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD). Topics include: Performance Technology, Performance Architecture, Reengineering, Information Design, Mentoring, Consulting, Project Management and Communication Networks.

Roger is a past president of ISPI and past Chair of the Board for IFTDO. Roger has received ISPI’s awards for Member of the Year, Organization of the Year, and Outstanding Product. As an international delegate to IFTDO and ISPI conferences, Roger has worked and presented in North America, South America, Asia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

In 2011 Roger was selected as a Skinner Lecturer for the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) Network.

Guy W. Wallace

Guy is a long time member of NSPI/ISPI, has served as past Board Director of ISPI, and is the recipient of ISPI’s highest honor – the Honorary Life Member Award – requiring unanimous approval by two successive Boards.

From LinkedIn:

I have been a Training/ Learning/ Knowledge Management consultant since 1982 after entering the field in 1979. I first joined a Training & Development organization in 1979 at Wickes Lumber before moving to Motorola Training & Education Center in 1981.

Since 1982 I have served 85+ clients, primarily in the F500. I specialized in the design of modular performance-based Learning Paths/Development Maps – and modular Instruction. In 1984 I co-authored a 1984 Training Magazine article on Curriculum Architecture Design via a Group Process – and another one on Creating Models and Matrices using a Group Process.

I typically facilitate Project Steering Teams in detailed Planning efforts, and then their selected Master Performers to quickly conduct Analysis and Design for handoff to Development teams for quick, parallel development/acquisition.

My work has won internal awards at General Motors, HP, and Siemens Building Technologies. I’ve also received external awards for work done with AT&T, HP and Imperial Oil.

In 2010 I received the International Society for Performance Improvement’s highest award: the Honorary Member for Life – for my contributions to both the technology of Performance Improvement and to the Society. I’ve been a member of ISPI since 1979 and was a Certified Performance Technologist – from 2002 until 2015. I served as a Director (1998-2000) and as President (2002-2004).

In 2010 I was recruited as an inaugural member of ASQ’s Influential Voices initiative to Raise the Voice of Quality. I served until late 2015.

I’ve authored over 90 articles, published 14 books and 2500+ Blog posts. I’ve presented to professional groups over 110 times.

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