Handbook of Improving Performance in the Workplace, Instructional Design and Training Delivery by Kenneth H. Silber
(Volume 1)

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There is a need for a standard reference for instructional design professionals. Sponsored by ISPI, Volume One of the Handbook of Training and Improving Performance presents multi-disciplinary knowledge, standard principles, and evidence-based best practices for designing instruction delivering training. It offers a comprehensive review of topics including: Performance Analysis and Needs Assessment; Establishing Performance Objectives and Performance Measurements; Designing Instruction for Results; Developing Instruction for Results; Implementation, Delivery, and Facilitation of Instructional Design; Evaluating Instructional Design; Managing the Instructional Design Process; Instructional Design Competencies; and includes international case studies.

About Kenneth H. Silber

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The EditorsKenneth H. Silber is president of Silber Performance Consulting, associate professor emeritus from Northern Illinois University and adjunct professor at Capella University. He has been contributing to the performance consulting and instructional design fields since their inception forty years ago. He has co-authored several books, including the Instructional Design Competencies (IBSTPI), and Writing Training Materials That Work (Pfeiffer).Wellesley (Rob) Foshay is director of research for the Education Technology Group of Texas Instruments. Through The Foshay Group, he speaks and publishes frequently and serves on the editorial board of four research journals in educational technology. He is a founding member of IBSTPI, and co-authored their Instructional Design Competencies. He served on the Board of Directors of ISPI, contributed to the creation of its certification program, and was honored with the Society's Member for Life and Distinguished Service awards. He has contributed over 70 major articles to research journal and books on a wide variety of topics in training, technology and education and is the co-author of Writing Training Materials That Work (Pfeiffer).
Published November 19, 2009 by Pfeiffer. 800 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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