ISPI Performance Digest
Sep. 9, 2014

Performance architecture: The well-designed process
To a building architect, design means how a structure will look, function and fit into its environment. The resulting edifice is the solution to a problem or need. To a performance architect, design means the solution's look and feel, accessibility, adaptability, ease of use, alignment with the worker, work and workplace, and cultural compatibility within the organization. Performance architects know, from painful experience, that a well-designed solution can make the difference between desired results and dismal failure. And, as with any kind of improvement project, thorough preparation on the front end will pay off in success on the back end.More

A predictive analytics primer
Harvard Business Review
No one has the ability to capture and analyze data from the future. It's called predictive analytics, and organizations do it every day.More

Running successful webinars
Mind Tools
Organizations often use webinars to train their teams, educate clients and engage with customers. What sets webinars apart from virtual meetings or online learning sessions are the different interactive aspects that can be used.More

How to work with master decks in PowerPoint
Business Management Daily
Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel shows you how to create a fully organized one-stop shop for all the PowerPoint slides you've created.More

The red-hot market for learning management systems
Bersin by Deloitte's newest research on the corporate Learning Management Systems market shows astounding numbers: The market is well over $2.5 billion and grew by more than 21 percent this year. These are big numbers, especially since the market grew by only 13 percent the prior year. Why all the growth?More

How to create exceptional e-learning
Growth Engineering
It's easy to create a pants piece of e-learning, but what goes into creating a really exceptional e-learning unit that will motivate, engage and delight learners? You may not realize it, but creating just one hour's worth of excellent e-learning content is usually the result of over 200 hours of behind-the-scenes work!More