Social Learning Blog by Dashe & Thomson

The Social Learning Blog by Dashe & Thomson provides weekly thought leadership on eLearning development, performance support, and how to get better results from corporate learning.

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What Is Performance Support? And Why Won't People Stop Talking About It?

by Jolene Rowan Education experts have said for years the important role performance support plays in building competency. It tackles head-on two fundamental challenges of […]

How to Get ROI by Using Social Media for Learning

By Amber Pandya It’s 2017; social media is almost synonymous with communication, especially among millennials (see our previous post, How to Train Your Millennial). Let’s […]

Beyond The Power Lunch: The Networking Edge You Need To Know

Networking is not a new concept. It used to mean the power lunch, golfing with colleagues, or drinks after work. Then came the growth of […]

Tim Gunn's “Natty Approach” to Learning

by Shane Lueck Anyone familiar with Tim Gunn knows that he does everything with a certain level of finesse. As the Emmy-winning mentor extraordinaire from Project Runway, […]

How To Be An Effective Leader During A Crisis

by Emily Walters, guest author If everything played out like a film, you’d know exactly what to do during a crisis. Whether it’s heading up […]

19 Productivity-Boosting Apps for L&D Project Managers

The project management profession is growing into its own. Just last year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics issued project management its own occupational category, a confirmation […]

The Science of Learning: 5 Things to Literally Keep in Mind

While our technology changes at an incredible rate, the brain evolves slowly, allowing for the vast amount of existing cognitive-science research on how the brain […]

Mine or Ours? The Case For Knowledge Sharing

One of the hardest lessons to learn growing up is how to share – how to share your toys, your candy, and maybe your room […]

The Surge in Corporate Training Video: 6 Styles to Engage Your Learners

During our annual development team retrospective, we realized that video has begun to comprise an increasingly larger share of our project portfolio. The growing demand […]

Here's How Quality Really Works In Learning Development (And Why You Should Care)

by Heather Sather The terms “Quality Control” (QC) and “Quality Assurance” (QA) frequently create confusion among learning professionals. Because it's common for the same team or person to […]

Stakeholder Buy-In: the Secret to Project Success

By Andrea May It's been said that change is the only constant in life. I believe, however, that life holds one more constant: human beings […]

Five Keys to an Effective Training Needs Assessment

A couple years ago we published 13 Critical Questions to Ask Your Client When Scoping a Learning Engagement. The post captured considerable attention, probably since […]

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