ISPI Newsletter

The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) is a non-profit association for performance improvement professionals dedicated to improving individual, organisational, and societal functioning, productivity, and accomplishment in the workplace. CEO, Belia Nel CPT, currently serves as a director on the board of the International Society of Performance Improvement (ISPI). Here’s the latest issue of ISPI’s monthly newsletter: Performance Express.

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LATEST ISSUE JUNE 2018

EDITOR’S PICK

How HR Can Wow the Business and Stay on the (B)Risk Side of Management
By Belia Nel
In the past decades, human resources (HR) has been under scrutiny for many reasons—two of the most important reasons are questioning the business value of the profession and the speed of execution. As Ulrich rightfully comments in a recent article, “Every few years there are public critiques about the HR field. Some prophets see what is wrong and give them a pathway to heaven.”
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FEATURED ARTICLES 

GPS-IE Management Improvement System
By George Gu and Hui Ding
When decomposing strategy, many organizations will start from strategy. They will apply tools like strategic maps, balanced scorecards, and key performance indicators (KPIs) to decompose the strategic goals with the heads of each department.
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MEMBER SPOTLIGHTS

Meet Lisa A. Giacumo, our latest new member!
Lisa is an assistant professor of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning at Boise State University. Her research interests focus on the use of data, instructional design, and digital tools for global training initiatives and PI. She has worked internationally as an instructional designer, trainer, and manager for businesses, universities, non-profits, and NGOs.
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CHAPTER NEWS

ISPI BABS Chapter Thanks Outgoing Chair for Long-Standing Contribution
By Jie Chen
We would like to take this opportunity to honor the long service and outstanding job by Ieva Swanson, who after fulfilling the role as the technology chair of our chapter for a long time announced her resignation.
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