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No training library can be without this classic resource!
A Publication of the National Society for Performance and Instruction
Copublished with the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI)
In 44 original chapters, leading researchers and practitioners offer a state-of-the-art perspective on the evolving field of Human Performance Technology (HPT)?a study of technologies designed to enhance human performance and capabilities in the workplace. Tracing the historical roots of HPT, this book explains its theoretical underpinnings and unveils an array of models and techniques that have proven effective in enhancing individual and organizational performance.
The contributors to the volume are a veritable who's who in the field of performance improvement:Roger M. Addison Alan P. Brache Ruth Colvin Clark William C. Coscarelli Wellesley R. Foshay George Geis Roger Kaufman Danny G. Langdon Robert F. Mager Ann W. Parkman Esther S. Powers Allison Rossett Geary A. Rummler Darryl L. Sink Judy Springer Thiagi and many more! This book has theory, but it's also brimming over with practical tips for improving performance at any organization. The practitioners who contributed to this essential volume cover almost every area of human resource development.
Learn all about:Planning and managing projects Designing effective interventions On-the-job training Distance education Ethics for practitioners Emerging trAnds in human resource development...and much more!
No other single-volume resource offers so many valuable insights into so many areas of training--by so many leading practitioners!