The Rwanda Society for Performance Improvement (RSPI) is a legal Rwandan not-for-profit chapter of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI). The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) and its chapters use evidence-based performance improvement research and practices to effect sustainable, measurable results, and add value to stakeholders in the private, public, and social sectors. RSPI chapter registered officially in July of 2014 and is dedicated to improving productivity and competence in the workplace. RSPI represents and connects performance improvement professionals and organizations in Rwanda with counterparts around the world.
The RSPI Chapter, headquartered in Kigali, grew from a capacity building effort funded by USAID through a 5 year Human and Institutional Capacity Development (HICD/R) project. With a foundation as a professional Community of Practice, a core group of Rwandan consultants and managers gained knowledge and skills in performance improvement looking to maintain and grow their proficiency, the founding members undertook to establish a local chapter of the international society to sustain the professional development momentum as an independent group.
To make Rwanda the hub of performance improvement in the region and Africa.
The RSPI mission is to further advancement and application of knowledge and skills through the collection, development, and dissemination of information about instructional technology and human performance technology for performance improvement.