Massachusetts ISPI: Meeting Information
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Bob Winter of Enterprise Agility
In this session, Bob Winter of Enterprise Agility will briefly review the seminal books of human performance improvement. Given that most of the best work in this field was done decades ago, this overview will give rise to more questions than answers. As such, join the discussion to kick around ideas about: How does performance improvement apply to today’s world? How can you apply these analytical skills to improving the performance of knowledge workers? How can the principles and techniques of performance consulting support leaders in an agile environment? This discussion will be appropriate not just for people who consider themselves consultants, but anyone interested in creating an environment where the full creativity and value creation of our people can flourish.
April 28, 2017, 11 am Eastern
Dr. Carol Ann Sharicz
There are 13,600,000 references to this one phrase, “innovative mindset” on google. Practically every organization is seeking this holy grail. One author has stated that “conversation is crucial to the process of innovation,” so we will be engaging in conversation to explore how we can continue to develop our own innovative mindset!
May 24, 2017
Domenic Screnci, Ed.D; Digital Learning and Innovation, Boston University
This presentation will explore principles of visual literacy and information design, from an instructional design perspective. The discussion will include the role of perception in visual communication and learning. We will examine the areas of study associated with the fields of “Visual Literacy”, “Visual Thinking”, and “Visual Learning” and how the principles and concepts can be applied in the design, production and implementation of communication, presentation and instructional materials.
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