Tbilisi hosted the 11th annual conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement’s Europe, Middle East, and Africa (ISPI EMEA). This was the first time the conference, which was designed to build organizational capacity to the governments and local institutions, was held in the Caucasus, and included participants from the U.S., Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and the Caucasus.
PMCG is proud to be a gold sponsor and active participant of the conference. Since 2010 PMCG has been actively working to promote Human and Institutional Capacity Building in Georgia and help companies and public institutions improve their performance and capacity.
The ISPI EMEA conference was a specialized, highly-interactive event in which attendees benefited greatly from the open exchange of knowledge, experience, and innovative ideas in the field of human and organizational performance. This conference featured interactive presentations and workshops to increase participants’ knowledge and help them improve their institutions.
Representatives from the Office of the State Minister for Reintegration, the Ministry of Justice, the National Agency of State Property, Georgian State Electrosystem, the Ministry of Environment, and several Georgian nongovernmental organizations were all in attendance.
The ISPI conference was supported by USAID’s Human and Institutional Capacity Development (HICD) Plus project implemented by Chemonics, and was one of the ways in which the U.S. Government is helping to build the organizational capacity of host country governments and local institutions around the world.
ISPI is the leading international association dedicated to improving individual and organizational productivity and total performance results in the workplace. The society represents more than 10,000 international and chapter members throughout the United States, Canada, and 40 other countries. Their mission is to improve the performance of individuals and organizations through the application of Human Performance Technology.