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Next Generation Performance Analytics

  • Tuesday, January 16, 2018
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Free Webinar - Link to join: https://zoom.us/j/722207990


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About the webinar:

Big data technologies are changing the human capital value proposition. Executives expect performance improvement professionals to deliver insights using big data, but only a small percentage of executives believe that they possess strong human capital analytics capabilities. 

During the webinar we will explore:

  • The challenges and opportunities of big data analytics.
  • Methods to align 21st century big data analytics technologies and the ISPI standards, principles, and practices.
  • Case studies demonstrating the value proposition for applying performance improvement capabilities.
  • Evidence-based adaptive learning strategies that are replacing antiquated and legacy assessment systems.

Dr. Tim Brock, PhD is the Director of Consulting Services for ROI Institute, Inc., the leading source of ROI competency building, implementation support, networking, and research. He helps organizations implement the ROI Methodology in over 60 countries.  Dr. Brock has over 30 years of learning, performance improvement, and results-based evaluation experience with military, government, education, healthcare, and corporate organizations worldwide.  

Dr. Brock is also a member of the International Society for Performance Improvement’s (ISPI) Certification and Accreditation Governance Committee (CAGC) that oversees the CPT credentialing process.  He also led the CAGC sub-committee team that rewrote the CPT application to reflect the revised performance improvement standards and simplify the competency-based application process.  Dr. Brock is also the founding president of the Central Florida ISPI chapter.  

During his Air Force career, Dr. Brock was responsible for assessing, measuring, and evaluating the effectiveness of the missile launch officer initial qualification training programs for all five of the USAF’s Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) weapon systems.  He was also a key team leader for the Air Force’s reserve officer commissioning program curriculum redesign that is used at 148 colleges and universities across the country to prepare officer candidates for 21st Century leadership responsibilities. 

During his career with Lockheed Martin, Dr. Brock was the manager of their Science of Learning and Performance Improvement thought leadership and evaluation team applying evidence-based inputs-to-impact results chain solutions.  He was the lead human performance systems architect to convert NASA training from a skills-based to a competency-based model for NASA’s next generation of extended, deep space exploration missions to the moon and Mars that included the initial training, evaluation, and sustainment program for all managers, mission equipment maintainers, ground and mission controllers, and astronauts.  Dr. Brock also served as the lead in-country human performance system architect for a new 911 National Training Center (NTC) for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and designed an education and training solution using results-based management, monitoring, and measurement principles that included development of initial and follow-up training for emergency call operating center leadership, staff, and first responders.  

Dr. Brock holds a Ph.D. in Education with a specialization in Training and Performance Improvement through Capella University.  He is a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) and a Certified ROI Professional (CRP).  Dr. Brock’s publications include “Training NASA Astronauts for Deep Space Exploration Mission:  A Research Study to Develop and Validate a Competency-Based Training Framework” (2007).  The chapter he authored, titled Simulations Operations, Curriculum Integration, and Performance Improvement in the book “Healthcare Simulation: A Guide for Operations Specialists” (2016) was selected for the ISIP Award of Excellence in Human Performance Communication.  

Dr. Brock is a member of the faculty at the UN System Staff College at Turin, Italy, and at Capella University.  He also facilitates the online and classroom versions of ATD’s Evaluating Learning Impact, Measuring Return on Investment, Essentials of Statistics for Learning Professionals, and Essentials of Survey Design certificate courses. You can reach Dr Brock at Tim@roiinstitute.net. 

Enderson Miranda, MBA, CPHQ is a healthcare executive with proven ability to maximize resources to achieve organizational strategic goals. He currently serves as the CEO of OnSomble, Inc., providing hospitals and healthcare organizations with online adaptive learning platforms for professional development, continued education, and individualized learning opportunities. He has over 14 years of cross-functional management, talent development, and leadership experience, which include building and leading several teams and strategic channel partnerships.

Enderson earned his MBA from Vanderbilt University Owen School of Management, where he is a member of the Vanderbilt Executive MBA Advisory Board. Enderson is also a graduate student of Evidence-Based Healthcare at the University of Oxford, UK., where his research incorporates the analysis of factors that impact the appropriateness of treatment received by oncology patients near end-of-life. He’s conducting a Systematic Review on this topic under the guidance of the Oxford Center for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM). Furthermore, Enderson is leading a project in the development of a Virtual Learning Platform for the efficient dissemination of individualized Evidence-Based Practice content.

Enderson’s interests also include the critical shift from fee-for-service to value-based care. He studied Value-Based Healthcare at Oxford under Sir Muir Gray, who was the first Chief Knowledge Officer of the NHS and founded the National Library for Health. Enderson aims to measure the impact of integrated value-based networks on the appropriateness of care provided in end-of-life oncology care. 

He is an active member of several professional organizations including the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), the National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ), the American Society for Quality (ASQ), the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), and the Oxford Entrepreneurs Society.  He resides in Franklin, TN.

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