If this title attracted your attention, you probably need OBM. But just how badly is your organization or team suffering without it? Take this quick quiz to find out.
If that quiz seemed silly to you, it was supposed to. But, sadly, a lot of managers engage in techniques more like options a and b, than like c. If you need help managing in ways aligned with some or all of the option c answers, reach out to an OBM expert within or outside your organization.
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Barbara Bucklin, PhD is founder of The Bucklin Group, and a global learning and performance improvement leader with over 20 years of experience. She collaborates with her clients to identify performance gaps and recommend solutions that are directly aligned with their core business strategies. She provides consulting services for learning (live and virtual), performance-support tools, performance metrics, and a host of innovative blended solutions.
Dr. Bucklin is Past President and serves on the Board of Directors for the Organizational Behavior Management Network. She has taught university courses in human performance technology, the psychology of learning, organizational behavior management, and statistical methods. Her research articles have appeared in Performance Improvement Quarterly and the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. She presents her research and consulting results at international conventions such as the Association for Talent Development (ATD), International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), Training Magazine’s Conference and Expo, and the Organizational Behavior Management Network. You can contact Dr. Bucklin at email@example.com
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