Living in Learning

Living in Learning is dedicated to discussing strategy and innovative tactics to drive human performance capacity that creates sustained capability. Less than 5% of a work year is spent in formal learning activities. The "other 95%" is spent at work where tangible business impact is created...or lost. Living in Learning addresses the convergence of learning and performance at the point of work and the methods and technology to shift from a "Training" paradigm to a "Learning & Performance" paradigm.

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Posts by Living in Learning

True Confessions from a Performance Ninja

You’ll see it on their faces, and they’ll look up at you with questioning eyes and ask, “You mean this is not a training issue?”…and […]

7-Right Things Road Map to Sustained Workforce Performance

The call-to-action for L&D is to have staff capable of operating comfortably and effectively in the domain of the Point-of-Work exclusive of being a SMEOEDT…SME […]

Is Managing Learning Enough…Or Is Broader ACCESS the End-Game?

In the event your brain immediately visualized training courses or learning events residing on your LMS…we have a potential disconnect here because “Training” in any […]

Self-Directed Learning or Self-Directed Performance?

There is no shortage of new innovation we seek to implement in our L&D discipline, and Micro-Learning is one of the most recent. Depending upon […]

Survey Said…“Enough with the E-Learning Already!”

We [L&D] don’t need to catch up to the disruptions in our digital technology as much as we need to catch up to that which […]

T.G.I.G.F. 4.0

This post is now a fourth annual event reserved for Good Friday. The original posting was on a Thursday a few years ago, and I […]

Going Ninja & the Covert Art of Hiding 70:20:10

You "train" a bear to ride a bike…and with enough bear treats and a Taser you can train a bear to ride just about anything. […]

Training Is Not “Predicament-based” & That’s a Predicament

We…L&D…are in a predicament because we don’t actively seek out predicaments. We cannot see them looking through the “wrong end of the telescope”. We don’t […]

Have You Discovered Your Discovery Gaps…Yet?

If we do not accomplish discovery at the Point-of-Work, we can only guess at performance outcomes or task-level work requirements, who actually does the work, […]

Attention Span of a Gnat?

Enable learning and support within the workflow. Keep things moving; breaking the chain of concentration to launch a fire safety course in the LMS while […]

Putting Tom Cat Into a Pet Carrier: 28-Easy Steps

“We ARE going for a ride and YOU…the cat…have no choice in the matter.” In advance of ever even seeing the car, there is a […]

Did Cavemen Use Micro-Learning?

We should get nuts over all the labels. Is learning informal, formal, non-formal, dynamic, continuous, micro, bursted, non-linear, linear, asynchronous, bi-synchronous, tri-synchronous…where will it end? […]

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