PACT Path for the PPM – PACT Project Manager

In the PACT Processes – the PPM – PACT Project Manager – oversees the initial client interaction, develops drafts of Projects Plans, Analysis Reports and Design Documents for review, approval and/or modification by the Project Steering Team Gate Review Meetings, in CAD, MCD and IAD efforts, all 3 of the levels of ISD in The PACT Processes for T&D/ Learning and Knowledge Management.

The PPM Development & Certification Path Page

This web site page augments the book: The PACT Practitioner Development & Certification Path Book – and presents, for the PPM – the PACT Project Manager – one of 5 PACT Practitioner Role – not including the PACT Curriculum Manager (PCM) Role – the following:

  • T&D Path Resources – Articles
  • T&D Path Resources – Audio Podcasts
  • T&D Path Resources – Books & Chapters 
  • T&D Path Resources – Videos
  • T&D Path Resources – Workshops

This page does not sequence any Path’s Resources into orientation, basic, intermediate and advanced tracks. This page does not present any of the Qualification Tests for Self-Certification or Certification by EPPIC Inc. staff. This page simply lists them all by media type.

The book: The PACT Practitioner Development & Certification Path Book – contains the following supports:

  • Overview of the PACT Practitioner Performance Competence Certification  System
  • A Preview of the Performance Competence Certification Performance Test
  • A Self-Assessment for preparing a plan to customize a Development & Certification Path
  • A Development & Certification Planning Guide
  • A sequenced Development & Certification Path – for modification/customization
  • A Development Resource Locator
  • The PACT Practitioner Performance Competence Certification Test for the PPM Role – and for all other PACT Practitioner and Manager Roles

New/ Future Development Resources for the PPM

Note: as new Development Resources are developed and made available via this web site (for resources available for free) and elsewhere (for resources available for a fee) – they will be listed below – but they will not be sequenced into the Path.

For the most part – these new (TBD) Resources will be added to the Intermediate and Advanced listings – and the exact sequence is not foreseen to be an issue.

PPM Development Goals

The PACT PPM must be able to oversees the initial client interaction, develops drafts of Projects Plans, Analysis Reports and Design Documents for review, approval and/or modification by the Project Steering Team Gate Review Meetings, in CAD, MCD and IAD efforts, all 3 of the levels of ISD in The PACT Processes for T&D/ Learning and Knowledge Management.

The PPM needs to be able to do this for CAD, MCD and IAD efforts – all 3 levels of ISD of The PACT Processes for T&D, Learning and Knowledge Management.

Performance & Learning Objectives

The PACT Project Manager must be able to oversees the initial client interaction, develops drafts of Projects Plans, Analysis Reports and Design Documents for review, approval and/or modification by the Project Steering Team Gate Review Meetings, in CAD, MCD and IAD efforts, all 3 of the levels of ISD in The PACT Processes for T&D/ Learning and Knowledge Management.

The PPM in development needs to work with the Resources made available, both for free – and for a fee.

Most are free.

PPM Development Resources

Articles

  • Pilot–Testing Instructional and Informational Content – ISPI Charlotte Journal – March 2012 –here
  • Chasing Down the Elusive Credits for Facts and Fictions in Learning and Improvement – eLearn Magazine – February 2012 – here
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement – Part 8 of 9 – PROVEN October 2010
  • Segue From Learning to Performance – 36-page booklet – October 2010
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement —Part 7 of 9 – PROVEN June 2010
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement —Part 6 of 9 – PROVEN March 2010

2000-2009

  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement —Part 5 of 9 – PROVEN July 2009
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement —Part 4 of 9 – PROVEN April 2009
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement —Part 3 of 9 – PROVEN January 2009
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement —Part 2 of 9 – PROVEN October 2008
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement—Part 1 of 9 – PROVEN June 2008
  • Performance-based Employee Qualification/ Certification Systems (book) – coauthored with Ray Svenson – January 2008
  • The Enterprise Process Performance Improvement Model – ISPI’s Performance Xpress E-Newsletter – January 2008
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement Tools &  Techniques – BPTrends.com  December 2007
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement Tools &  Techniques – BPTrends.com  September 2007
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement Tools &  Techniques – BPTrends.com  June 2007
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement Tools & Techniques – BPTrends.com  March 2007
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement Tools &  Techniques – BPTrends.com  December 2006
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement – BPTrends.com  September 2006
  • Quarterly Column: Enterprise Process Performance Improvement – BPTrends.com  June 2006
  • Chapter 11: Modeling Mastery Performance and Systematically Deriving the Enablers for Performance Improvement – Handbook of Human Performance Technology 3rd Edition,  Edited by James A. Pershing, Ph.D., CPT – April 2006
  • Quarterly Column: Performance-based Environmental Asset  Management  Systems – BPTrends.com  March 2006
  • Performance-based Human Asset Management Systems – BPTrends.com (December 2005)
  • Performance-based Human Asset Management Systems – BPTrends.com (September 2005)
  • Performance-based Human Asset Management Systems – BPTrends.com (June 2005)
  • Performance-based Human Asset Management Systems – BPTrends.com (March 2005)
  • Where Are the Major Opportunities in ISD Today? – ISPI’s Performance Xpress E-Newsletter  (March 2005)
  • Chapter: The HPT Value Proposition in the Larger Improvement Arena –in: Human Performance Technology Revisited – Complied by Roger Chevalier, Ph.D., CPT
  • Balancing Conflicting Stakeholder Requirements-ISPI’s Performance Xpress E-Newsletter  (June 2004)
  • Migrating From ISD to HPT…You, Me and the Society_PI Journal   (Nov/Dec 2003)
  • Performance Modeling and Human Assets Enabler Analysis_HR.com   (September 2003)
  • Human Performance Modeling and Human Assets Enabler Analysis – White Paper -BPTrends.com  (July 2003)
  • A Systems View of Training and Development – ISPI’s Performance Express  (May 2003)
  • Chapter 4: “Designing for the ISD Life Cycle” and Chapter 29: “lean-ISD” – ISD Revisited (a book by ISPI – Compiled by Jeanne Strayer, CPT)  (2003)
  • “Guest Editorial: What is the Goal of this Issue” – Performance Improvement  (February 2003)
  • “The HPT Value Proposition in the Larger Improvement Arena” – Performance Improvement  (February 2003)
  • “lean-ISD — Designing for the ISD Life Cycle” – Performance Improvement  (August 2002
  • “What is ISPI’s Value Proposition: Looking Back and Forward” by Guy W. Wallace and Geary A. Rummler – Performance Improvement Master’s Series  (March 2001)
  • “lean-ISD – Performance Improvement Master’s Series  (March 2001)
  • “Performance Modeling for lean-ISD” (co-author) – CISPI Performance  (June 2000)
  • “There’s No Such Thing as Communication—Only Miscommunication” – News & Notes  (May-June 2000)

1990-1999

  • “Performance Modeling for lean-ISD” (co-author) – MISPI Technologist  (January 1998)
  • “Managing and Mismanaging Stakeholder Expectations” – The Journal for Quality and Participation  (June 1995) – “Balancing Conflicting Stakeholder Requirements” – The Journal for Quality and Participation  (March 1995)
  • Continuous Improvement And Training – Training & Development Yearbook (1994/1995)
  • “Empowerment is Work, not Magic” – The Journal for Quality and Participation  (September 1993)
  • Costing Out A Training Project – Training & Development Yearbook (1992/1993)
  • “Chapter 4: Continuous Improvement and Training” – Society of Manufacturing Engineers Handbook  (May/June 1991)
  • “Costing out a Training Project” – Technical & Skills Training  (May/June 1991)
  • “How to Train Pipeline Utility Inspectors” – GAS Industries  (August 1991)

1979-1989

  • Project Management for Training & Development Projects – Chicago NSPI P&I (December 1986)
  • Consulting-SubContracting-Freelancing – Chicago NSPI P&I (December 1985)
  • “Using Group Processes for Building Models and Matrices” – Performance & Instruction Journal  (November 1984)
  • “How to Build a Training Structure that Won’t Keep Burning Down” – Training Magazine  (September 1984)


Audio Podcasts

Books & Chapters

Free Book PDFs (note: these are also available as Paperback books For Sale)

  • lean-ISD (1999) — PDF – Paperback
  • Management Areas of Performance (2007) — PDF – Paperback
  • Employee performance-based Qualification/Certification Systems (2008) — PDF – Paperback
Books for Sale
  • The Quality Road Map (1994) — Hardbound
  • The Curriculum Manager’s Handbook (2011) — Paperback – Kindle
  • Analysis of Performance Competence Requirements (2011) — Paperback – Kindle
  • Curriculum Architecture Design (2011) — Paperback – Kindle
  • Modular Curriculum Development/Acquisition (2011) — Paperback – Kindle
  • Management Areas of Performance Competence (2011) — Paperback – Kindle
  • From Training To Performance Improvement Consulting (2011) — Paperback – Kindle

Videos

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Workshops

  • See the 5th Workshop listed – here.

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