Performance Architecture: Practice makes Process

Performance Architecture: Practice makes Process
Using the experience of an accomplished pianist who suffered an injury to her hand, Roger Addison and Carol Haig demonstrate how the principles of Performance Architecture helped to solve her problem. The pianist, who also happens to be a Performance Architect, applied her knowledge of performance improvement to analyze her situation to enable her to perform to her usual standard of excellence. Did she succeed? Read her story in their Column.

Roger Addison & Carol Haig

Roger Addison & Carol Haig

Roger Addison has a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Baylor and is Certified in Performance Improvement Technologies (CPT). He is the co-author of Performance Architecture and an internationally respected performance improvement consultant. He is the founder and Chief Performance Officer of Addison Consulting. Previously he was the Senior Director of Human Performance Improvement for the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) where he was responsible for educational programs and implementing performance improvement systems. Carol Haig is a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) and has more than 30 years of multi-industry experience partnering with organizations to improve their employees' performance. Carol is known for her superior skills in project management, analysis and problem/opportunity identification, and instructional design and facilitation. She has consulted with executives and line managers, established and managed training departments, trained trainers, written for professional publications and mentored performance consultants. She is co-author of Performance Architecture.
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