I recently attended ISPI’s 2012 International Performance Improvement Conference in Toronto, Canada. The conference focuses on the application of strategies for improving the performance of individuals, work processes, and organizations.
My research and educational background is in instructional technology and design, so I understood much of what was being taught. But it was a significant shift from a more design-focused level to an organizational level.
If you would like to read more, visit my blog posts about the key things I learned each day while at the conference.
I also gave a report on my experiences at the conference in a recent episode of our podcast.
This was one of the best conference I have ever attended - the topics were relevant, insightful, and practical, and by the end of the conference, I felt I had enough knowledge and skills to make a difference at my University.