Human Performance Improvement is an often-misunderstood tool that organizations can use to make fundamental improvements in their processes. In the decade HPI has been active at Fermilab, countless individuals have applied its techniques to identify and correct issues within their projects and programs. Joe Pygott is one of them.
Human Performance Improvement is a powerful tool that organizations can use to make fundamental process improvements. Since its implementation at Fermilab over 10 years ago, the HPI program has become an integral part of the lab’s efforts to review incidents for corrective actions and to identify why these incidents happened and any organizational weaknesses that contributed.
Since 2010, the African School of Fundamental Physics has been improving the quality of science education in Africa by increasing the number of African students who pursue higher education. Serving as an ASP mentor is a great way for Fermilab scientists and engineers to show their support for the organization’s efforts.