Join Roger as he reviews the basic principles of performance improvement through the viewpoint of the Performance Landscape. Roger will focus on how we think, how we work, and what we do, particularly in these unprecedented times. The worldwide pandemic has necessitated businesses of all sizes and industries to rapidly move to a predominantly virtual workforce. HPT practitioners are facing the need to develop new strategies for managing and evaluating performance in a virtual world.
Expect to take some performance improvement side trips as we explore the current state of performance improvement.
Dr. Roger M. Addison, certified in performance improvement technologies (CPT), is an internationally respected practitioner of performance improvement consulting and chief performance officer of Addison Consulting.
Roger was the senior director of human performance improvement for the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) and responsible for educational programs and implementing performance improvement systems. Prior to his work with ISPI, Roger was vice president and manager at Wells Fargo Bank. His responsibilities included executive coaching and education, change management, organizational development, and partnering with senior leaders and line managers to improve performance.
Roger consults with Fortune 500 organizations to help them align their business requirements with bottom-line results. He has more than 30 years of experience helping line and staff managers improve the performance of their employees, processes, and the organization’s mission and vision. Roger has successfully implemented performance improvement and organizational development initiatives in such sectors as financial services, insurance, public utilities, health care, technology, retail, and others.
Roger is a frequent speaker at ISPI, the International Federation of Training and Development Organisations (IFTDO), the Association for Talent Development and Business Process Management conferences.
Topics include performance technology, performance architecture, reengineering, information design, mentoring, consulting, project management, and communication networks. His evidence-based approach and consulting skills have taken him throughout North America, South America, Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
Roger received his master and doctorate degrees from Baylor University. His professional accomplishments include:
In 2010, Roger received the Gilbert Distinguished Professional Achievement Award, and in 2012 he received the Rummler Award for the Advancement of Performance Improvement, both from ISPI. His book, Performance Architecture, was selected for the 2010 Award of Excellence. In 2011 the Association for Behavior Analysis International selected Roger as the B. F. Skinner Lecturer. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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