At TiER1, we make it a priority to promote the regions in which we do business by supporting and staying active in local civic
and community organizations. Most recently, TiER1 Pittsburgh was the presenting sponsor of the Quarterly Regional Investors Council luncheon of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development – a leading nonprofit economic development and civic leadership organization
that works with private and public sector partners to improve the economy and quality of life in southwestern PA.
With Pittsburgh having recently been named among the 20 must-see places to visit...
In trying to get a "handle" on the cause of addiction to playing slot machines, psychologists long believed that the repetitive motion of pulling the lever - which sets off a complementary series of sounds and blinking lights - was a major contributor to the problem. [Readers who lack slot machine-playing experience can get an idea of what the auditory part of this is like by listening to Pink Floyd's "Money" - three or four hundred times.]
Across the last 20 years or so, a naturally-occurring field experiment has tested the "Handle Hypothesis" with no intent of doing so. Handles (or levers...
TiER1 Performance Solutions announced today that Paul Gelter has joined their team as Chief Operating Officer. Paul brings over 30 years’ experience in operational management and consulting.
Gelter’s role will be integral as TiER1 continues to expand into different markets. He will concentrate on leadership and management, operational scalability and client support for the organization. “As a former client, I
recognized that TiER1 has a unique set of capabilities that can really help businesses
execute. I’m excited to be part of the
Gelter’s past experience includes
Most people have a 2- to 2.5-hour period each day when their thinking is clearest and their productivity is at its highest. Usually, people can tell you when that period is for them as individuals. But, not many people protect that maximum performance zone or use it to best effect. That is, they characteristically give away a large piece or all of their maximum performance zones to insignificant tasks or tasks that just happen to bubble up to the surface at the time. The technical term that neuroscientists use to label this ineffective behavior pattern is "Working under the influence of stupidity." ...
TiER1 has partnered with Gateway Community College to develop the first Associate Degree Program for Instructional Design and Learning Technologies. The two-year program will teach students skills including web and graphic design, web development, technical writing and project management.
Recently, the Enquirer featured TiER1 and this exciting endeavor. To see the full article and learn more about this partnership, click here!