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TD Archive

Archives 2008 - Present

Search our collection of more recent TD articles from 2008 to the present. You may search below by author, year, and keyword.

What’s Up, What If, and What’s Next With HPI?

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Rita Bailey

In the June 2000 T+D article titled "HPI Soup," Ethan S. Sanders and Julie L. Ruggles explored the history and evolution of human performance improvement. The article included views of noted theorists and contributors to the field, such as Thomas Gilbert, Joe Harness, G... More »

Under-Reaction: Lessons From Ft. Hood

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The massacre at Ft. Hood, in which an Army major killed 13 and wounded 42 military and civilian personnel, raises important questions about a little-examined behavioral problem: under-reaction. The media seems mostly focused on the question of whether this was a terrori... More »

Expanding the Role of Succession Planning

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Spurred on by global growth, global competition, and the recent economic crisis, companies are restructuring themselves more frequently and more rapidly. Such frequent dismantling and reassembling of a company's organizational structure creates gaps in leadership at all... More »

Seven Cures to Skipping the Needs Assessment

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When Asha saw Mike's name appear on her phone screen, she took a deep breath before answering. She knew the questions that would be asked, and she was clearly uncomfortable about verbalizing the answers. Making sure that the roof doesn't leak on your next e-learning pro... More »

Leadership Role Models Earn Trust and Profits

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Here's a sobering perspective: More than half of the respondents to a recent employee survey insist that they feel "stagnant" in their jobs, while an astounding 62 percent claim to have no aspirations to assume any leadership role within their organizations. So much for... More »

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