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Question and Answer Hour with Roger Kaufman

  • 26 Mar 2015
  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Virtual

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Roger Kaufman professor emeritus, Florida State University, and Distinguished Research Professor at the Sonora Institute of Technology (Mexico), author of 41 books and 285 articles on strategic planning, performance improvement, quality management, continual improvement, needs assessment, management and evaluation invites you to participate in a one hour Q&A dialog on the topics of your choice! 

The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) has created the Roger Kaufman Award for Societal Impact. "This award recognizes the continuous achievement of measurable positive societal impact by an individual or organization."

When: March 26, 2015

Venue: Webinar

Time: 4:00pm PST

If you would like to send your question in ahead of time, please send to Sue Czeropski at ispibay@gmail.com so we can make sure your question gets in the mix ahead of time.  If you want to save them to ask yourself, please do!

About Roger:
Roger received ASTD’s Distinguished Contribution to Workplace Learning and Performance award. Also, he is a past president, honorary member for life and Thomas Gilbert Award winner, all with ISPI, Kaufman has published 41 books and over 285 articles on strategic planning, performance improvement, quality management and continual improvement, needs assessment, management, and evaluation. He consults world-wide with public, private and NGO organizations, the most recent of which include the President and Minister of Tourism of Panama, the University of Puerto Rico, the Civil Service Commission of Taiwan, and the Tze-Chain Foundation of Science and Technology.  At Florida State he created the Center for Needs Assessment and Planning that did applied research and development.  The literature often sites him as “the father of needs assessment.” The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) has created the Roger Kaufman Award for Societal Impact. "This award recognizes the continuous achievement of measurable positive societal impact by an individual or organization." He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association as well as of the American Educational Research Association.  Email: rkaufman@nettally.com

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