This 60-minute session will present a model and methods and a simple practice exercise, for conducting Analysis for ISD and/or Performance Improvement efforts. These methods were first taught to the presenter in 1979 and were based on the work of the late Geary A. Rummler and the late Tom Gilbert. Guy has been using these as a performance-based ISD consultant since 1982 and they are central to almost all of his consulting work. He has taught these to hundreds of practitioners since 1983, including his own staff, and the staff of his clients, including AT&T, Amoco, Eli Lilly, General Motors, Hewlett Packard, and Siemens Building Technologies.
The registrants will have the handouts on the Mar. 23, two days before the webinar.
Guy W. Wallace has been working as a Performance Analyst & Instructional Architect since 1979 – and as an external ISD Consultant since 1982. He has served over 85 clients including more than 45 of the Fortune 500.
He has served as an ISPI Board Director (1999-2001) and as ISPI President–Elect and President (2002-2004). He is the recipient of the 2010 Honorary Life Member Award for contributions to Human Performance Technology and to ISPI, as approved by 2 successive Boards.
He specializes in performance-based Curriculum Architecture Design (CAD) for the analysis and design of performance-based T&D Paths & Planning Guides - and he has done 76 CAD projects since 1982, and has conducted over 100 Instructional Development efforts as well. His consulting engagements have won internal & external awards for AT&T, Change Healthcare, General Motors, Hewlett-Packard, Imperial Oil, and Siemens Building Technologies.
Guy has published 15 books, over 100 articles and over 4000 Blog Posts. He has made over 120 presentations at Conferences and Chapters since November 1, 1982.
Guy may be reached via his website at: www.eppic.biz