Chapter 49. Rapid Reflection Throughout the Performance-Improvement Process

Sharon J. Korth, Brenda S. Levya-Gardner

Today the world of business is characterized by rapid growth, technological changes, and increasing global competition. Organizations require quicker and more effective responses to their problems; the effect this has on the role of human performance improvement professionals is substantial. As they manage performance-improvement projects, the demand to increase their own efficiency and speed up their own processes is increasing. While it is important that the performance-improvement professional follow the steps in the human performance technology (HPT) model to help the client meet business objectives, it is also important that ...

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