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The Four Levels Are Still Relevant

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Can you believe that my four articles on reaction, learning, behavior, and results were printed in T+D more than 50 years ago? Immediately, they began to get the attention of workplace trainers. Some called them the "four levels" while others named them the "Kirkpatrick... More »

The Power of a Naked Consultant

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When it comes to providing service, especially in the world of consulting and workplace training, there is one quality that I believe is more powerful than any other for enabling us to transform the lives of the people we serve. It's not something you'll find on a list ... More »

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 »

Talent Management Is the New Buzzword

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Larry Israelite

In the early 1990s, I worked in the "educational services" department of a very large computer company. We delivered a lot of training to both customers and employees. At the end of each quarter, we would gather for a pep rally, at which time our vice president would di... More »

50 Years of Evaluation

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This year, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Kirkpatrick Four Levels. In the early 1950s, I was teaching supervisory development courses at the University of Wisconsin Management Institute. I decided to pursue a PhD and chose to write a practical dissertation on ... More »