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State of the Chapter ISPI Armed Forces Chapter Meeting Tuesday, 21 April 2009. Roger Chevalier, Ph.D., CPT. THE Performance Improvement Conference • April 19-22, 2009 • Orlando, Florida. Your New Chapter Officers. President: Brett Christensen of the Canadian Armed Forces

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State of the ChapterISPI Armed Forces Chapter Meeting Tuesday, 21 April 2009

Roger Chevalier, Ph.D., CPT

THE Performance Improvement Conference • April 19-22, 2009 • Orlando, Florida

your new chapter officers
Your New Chapter Officers

President: Brett Christensen of the Canadian Armed Forces

President Elect: Doug Craft of the U.S. Coast Guard

Secretary/Treasurer: Lloyd Long of the U.S. Navy

unofficial roles
Unofficial Roles

Web Master: Michael Polkinghorn of the U.S. Coast Guard

Webinar Master: Brett Christensen of the Canadian Armed Forces

Survived the transition of the website and webinar hosting from the Navy to the Coast Guard and the Canadian Armed Forces
ten armed forces chapter webinars october 2007 to march 2009
Ten Armed Forces Chapter Webinars (October 2007 to March 2009)
  • HPT: The Power to Change with Roger Chevalier
  • Culture: Assessment and Alignment with the Mission with Don Tosti
  • “SuperFrames with Darryl Sink
  • LEARNING 2.0 with Lance Dublin
  • Building Fluent Performance with Carl Binder
  • Better Blended Learning with Deborah Stone and Steven Villachica
  • Integrated Leadership and Performance Improvement in the Royal
  • Canadian Mounted Police with Wayne Gallant and William Pullen
  • Designing Questionnaires for Evaluation with Jim Pershing
  • Training Impact Evaluation Robert Brinkerhoff and Tim Mooney
  • Credentials: What they are, why they matter with Judy Hale
six ispi awards of excellence 2008 2009
Six ISPI Awards of Excellence (2008 & 2009)
  • 87' Coastal Patrol Boat Electronic Performance Support System
  • United States Coast Guard Training Center, Yorktown, Virginia
  • Performance Technology Center
  • Differential Diagnosis of Common Complaints Job Aid for Health
  • Services TechnicianCoast Guard Training Center Petaluma and L-3
  • Communications
  • Petty Officer Indoctrination Program Coast Guard Training Center
  • Petaluma
  • Search and Rescue (SAR) Fundamentals: From Cradle to Grave
  • United States Coast Guard Training Center–Yorktown, Virginia
  • United States Coast Guard Annual Human Performance Technology
  • Workshop United States Coast Guard Training Center– Yorktown, VA
  • A Manager’s Guide to Improving Workplace PerformanceRoger Chevalier
18 performance improvement articles march 2007 to march 2009
18 Performance Improvement Articles March 2007 to March 2009)
  • Embedding HPT: Improving police performance by implementing human performance technology in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police William Pullen, Wayne Gallant
  • Preparing U.S. Coast Guard junior enlisted members to become petty officers at a Petaluma training center Stefanie Lincoln
  • Performance proficiency as a measure of learning needs Paul Robbins
  • The evolution of a performance analysis job aid Roger Chevalier
  • Personnel accounting timeliness: An HPI case study from the U.S. Navy Aaron U. Bolin
  • A brief history of performance improvement Roger Chevalier
  • Performance improvement in the armed forces Roger Chevalier
  • Review of an instructor computation model for Navy learning centers and a Navy instructor workweek analysis for
  • facilitated self-paced instruction Monica Huff, Edward G. Dotson
  • 9.. Enhancing military training through the application of maximum and typical performance measurement principles  Phillip M. Mangos, Richard D. Arnold
  • 10. Toward a naval aviation training quality feedback system Henry L. Phillips IV, T. Chris Foster
  • 11. Improving student naval aviator aircraft carrier landing performance Thomas H. Sheppard, T. Chris Foster
  • 12. HPT in military settings Aaron U. Bolin
  • 13. Overcoming challenges to successful interagency collaboration David G. Twitchell, Rebecca Bodrero, Marc Good, Kathryn Burk
  • 14. Mentoring in the U.S. Air Force: A cornerstone for success through organizational transformation  Frank C. Budd
  • 15. Applying the Human Performance Improvement process to the U.S. Navy Enlisted Aide Program  Terri Kelly, Monica M. Huff
  • 16. A systematic approach to writing in the Department of Defense Joan Friton Sampson
  • 17. Undergraduate military flight officer training: Increasing training effectiveness through job task and training media analysis (p T. Chris Foster, Enrique G. Melon, Henry L. Phillips IV
  • 18. Training assessment challenges in a military environment: A U.S. Navy example (p 42-46) Katharine K. Shobe, Barbara G. W. Curtis
12 bi-monthly newsletters keeping our members informed of Chapter and ISPI eventsRefined AFC By-law, Charter, and Strategic Plan

Converted the Database to Microsoft Access 2007 making it easier to maintain and enter memberships We have 87 Active Members and about 150 Inactive Members

2009 2010 priorities
2009/2010 Priorities
  • Continue delivering value via webinars (overcome firewall issue)
  • Establish membership committee to get recommendations for a way ahead on the membership issues raised last year
  • Use Web 2.0 technologies to expand the reach of AFC and increase membership
  • Establish an Events Coordinator to manage the booking of webinars – looking for volunteers!
  • Website update  
  • Membership drive: Goal is to get back to 150 members