Processes & Practices Informed by Research

That was always my goal, as I discovered early in my career that there was a lot of Counter-Intuitive aspects to Performance Improvement – via Instruction or otherwise.

My 2012 contribution to ISPI’s PIQ – Performance Improvement Quarterly … when I first felt the slippage from Evidence-Based Practices to Popular Practices that I labeled Foo Foo. Somehow the wheels fell off the Quality Assurance mechanism that had been in place for so long (for me – since 1979).

It’s really about your Network – and its Quality.

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