Changing Roles and Professional Challenges for Human Performance Technology
From its roots in behavioral science and instructional systems design, the field of human performance technology has broadened significantly during the past three decades in terms of its interventions and the backgrounds and skills areas of its practitioners. This development brings with it many questions as to the field's definition, theoretical underpinnings, and future developments in research and practice. A brief review of the history of HPT, a survey of some of its leaders, and a model of the roots and branches of the field are presented. © 1995 Learning Systems Institute
Performance Improvement Quarterly
Gayeski, Diane M., "Changing Roles and Professional Challenges for Human Performance Technology" (1995). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 2534.