San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Thursday June 12 at American Airlines Headquarters *
More info: http://dfwodnet.org/june2014meeting/
Adding Human Performance Technology
(HPT) to the OD Toolbox
Interested in improving organizational performance within your firm? Then try Human Performance Technology. HPT enables the development of performance-based solutions using a systematic, measurable and reproducible methodology.
- Learn the primary concepts and principles that underlie HPT.
- See how an HPT model unites these principles under a common process.
Case studies will demonstrate how HPT addresses the business case by linking business goals to human performance, diagnosing performance gaps, identifying root causes of performance deficiencies, and aligning solutions.
Presenter: John H. Cox, Ed.D. CPLP Founder, Cox Learning Group
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Schedule for Thursday Evening:
Meeting Location: American Airlines Headquarters *
4333 Amon Carter Boulevard, Center Port 5 (6 Story Building)
Fort Worth, TX 76155
>> Click for Satellite Map of the building and parking (with lat/long)
Note: Take Hwy 183 to the Amon Carter exit; Go south to Sovereign Rd (SW corner).
Parking is plentiful, free, and very close to the door (see map). ADA accessible.
Cost: No charge for members ($60/year). $10 for guests.
Speaker Bio: John H. Cox, Ed.D. CPLP
Over his career, John has been an active practitioner of Human Performance Technology (HPT). He finds it an indispensable tool for solving performance problems related to employee selection, learning initiatives, and employee retention.
He moved to Dallas after receiving his Doctorate of Education from North Carolina State University to become Corporate Manager of Training and Development for The Southland Corporation. After many years at Southland John moved to ClubCorp as Director of Education. He formed the Cox Learning Group in 1994.
John has published for ASTD Journal and Training Magazine on the topic of Learner Controlled Instruction. His approach to Job Aid development was published in the ASTD Handbook for Technical and Skills Training. He has taught at East Carolina University, UTD, UNT, and the University of Dallas.
John facilitated ASTD’s HPT certificate program and Certified Professional of Learning and Performance (CPLP) Review workshop.
His research “New Ideas for Retaining Store Level Employees” won the ASTD Excellence in Research to Practice award.