From LinkedIn 2021-03-18
I just received your book ‘ From Training to Performance Improvement Consulting. It’s great!
Can this process be leveraged into 3-5 day ‘classes’ with any effectiveness?
Back in the mid-1990s to early 2000 I was involved in a technology transfer to General Motors of my ISD methods, using 5-day workshops and observations to train and then certify their staff and subcontractors. Over 300 people attended the various workshops. So it can be taught/learned. But, not by everyone successfully.
My methods were designed back in the 1980s and early 1990s to take the ISD Project Planners/Managers and the Analysts “from ISD to PI consulting” by expanding what they do, incrementally.
And that required them to be able to use a Facilitated Group Process (FGP) which is central to my ISD methods.
In 1983 I started the book that eventually became From Training to Performance Improvement Consulting – it started as The Performance Technologist Handbook – and here was my original ToC:
In 1994 my business partners and I authored this book: The Quality RoadMap – our combination of TQM and HPT – Total Quality Management and Human Performance Technology … a slight detour for my book …
Then in 2011 I wrote my version of all of this… and here is the ToC for “From Training to Performance Improvement Consulting …
A Short Video
This video is 6:19 minutes in length.
PACT is a Subset of EPPI
When I created my ISD methods I was very aware of the view that ISD was a subset of Performance Improvement/ Human Performance Technology …
I’ve been facilitating Master Performers in ISD Analysis and Design since my start in ISD back in 1979. Here is my story on how it all began for me:
Teaming for T&D GWW 1999 – 5 page PDF – on my story of inadvertently creating a team – out of frustration with too many revision cycles for a video script I was writing – for training development back in 1979 – and liking the approach for using a Group Process to shorten cycle times and improve the quality of the output.
My Author’s Page – At Amazon
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