Archives for the ‘Performance System Design’ Category

The “Real World” isn’t Simple

Originally posted on April 18th, 2007 by Pete | Edit One of the biggest complaints we often hear when we design a modular curriculum is that it is too complex. First of all, every job I have analyzed is pretty complex so why wouldn’t a comprehensive curriculum to capture and distribute that know-how be complex […]

Does Pressure Improve Performance?

Originally posted on October 12th, 2007 by Pete | Edit It is much easier to do something well when nobody is bugging you…isn’t it? Look at Rex Grossman, Bears (sometime) quarterback. Every mistake he makes is analyzed in the media until I would have to imagine he can’t do anything without second-guessing himself. If you […]