and human resource practices, quality processes, and corporate culture are
among the factors that can interplay to create serious performance issues. For instance, when team-members appear to
lack motivation or cohesiveness, the management response often is to send them
to a teambuilding course.
training does not resolve a performance issue or when a large number of
individuals in an organization exhibit performance problems, it’s time to take
a holistic approach to identifying and fixing organizational problems. Human Performance Improvement (HPI) study is
just such an approach. It includes systematic needs analysis to determine the
environment, needs, current and expected culture, policies and processes, and
other issues that impact work performance.
From this analysis emerge recommendations for
performance enhancement that may or may not include training. HPI is a scientific, quantitative, and
holistic approach to uncover and address performance issues. HPI believes that learning should make a
e-mail or call us to schedule the phone consultation that will allow us to
determine your HPI requirements and submit a custom proposal with program
details and costs specific to your organization.