Performance Architecture by Roger Addison
The Art and Science of Improving Organizations

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This book, driven by the Performance Technology Landscape model, will provide a structure for anyone who needs to access tools and information to be used on the job to help achieve organizational results and build or increase their skills and knowledge in performance improvement. Performance Architecture is designed for any practitioner, from beginner to advanced, to access, acquire, or advance their performance improvement expertise. The authors support each component of the model with tools and examples that have proven value and are developed by experts in the field.
 

About Roger Addison

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Dr. Roger M. Addison, Cpt, is the director of Human Performance Technology for the International Society for Performance Improvement. He is a past president of ISPI, past COB and past president of the International Federation of Training and Development Organizations.Carol Haig, Cpt, is principal of Carol Haig & Associates, a performance improvement consulting firm that specializes in performance analysis. Carol has served as director on the executive board of ISPI.Lynn Kearny, Cpt, leads a performance consulting firm that assesses organizational needs and designs and develops performance improvement solutions. Lynn also graphically facilitates client meetings. She is the author of several books, including Creating Workplaces Where People Can Think, from Jossey-Bass.
 
Published March 30, 2009 by Pfeiffer. 200 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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