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A friendly group dedicated to professional development and networking for Minnesotans engaged in performance improvement, training, instructional design, eLearning, organizational development and related fields.
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What is ISPI?
ISPI, the International Society for Performance Improvement, is the leading international association dedicated to improving productivity and performance in the workplace. Founded in 1962, ISPI represents over 10,000 members throughout the United States, Canada, and more than 30 other countries.
Our members work at:
MnISPI is the Minnesota Chapter of ISPI
Our chapter was founded April 1, 1977. It is a not-for-profit volunteer-run organization providing professional development, information exchange, and other services to its members and the organizations they serve. MnISPI members include performance technologists, training directors, human resource managers, instructional designers, trainers, human factors practitioners, organizational development consultants, faculty and students. They are strategy-oriented, quality-focused and results-centered.
MnISPI has four Special Interest Groups (SIGs):
• Digital Learning Forum,
• eLearning SIG,
• Book Banter,
• Consultant's SIG.
MnISPI's Mission is to develop and recognize the proficiency
of our members and advocate the use of Human Performance Technology.
MnISPI's Vision is to develop the proficiency and insight of members to use Human Performance Technology to meet the needs and goals of their organizations and clients, so that they are recognized as valued assets. (Diagram of the HPT Model)