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

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? […]

Micro-Learning Is Bigger Than You Think…And Not Just For Learning

What the article I'm referencing and comments I read made clear illustrate the gyrations we are heading into now with this “new” micro-learning approach. It […]

The Consistency of Disruptive Innovation

A colleague of mine described adopting a Performance Paradigm where Performance Support is fully integrated as “the project that never dies” and that’s not a […]

Are You Just Paying Lip Service to 70:20:10?

Maybe it’s just me, but I’m seeing the use of 70:20:10 being used as a design framework that promotes that we pack the “70” and the […]

Call Center Productivity Issues?  It’s About the Hands!

What was most astounding in the assessment was the most obvious visible indicator of disconnect highlighted by the Agent's readiness to perform, and it manifested […]

Chief Capability Officer (CCO) Seeks a New Home

Having been in L&D for many years in virtually every role from road warrior sales trainer to multiple leadership positions, I have been an advocate […]

Is Training Falling Short? Turn Up the Pain!

I just finished reading an amazing book, “Chase the Lion”, by Mark Batterson, where the focus is largely examining change…personal change to be exact. But […]

Reduced-In-Force…Bomb Sniffer Looking for a Home

Will stipulate knowledge acquisition is important, but many years of corporate L&D experience has this dog trained to recognize that training…in and of itself…only drives […]

Onboarding Vs. Waterboarding: Is There a Difference?

Is there a difference between your onboarding process and the process of waterboarding? One uses water...and the other holds the new hire down and administers […]

Fixing Performance Should Trump Training as a Priority

Why build training content as a priority if there is an asset you could build that closes an existing performance gap? I’m not saying “forget […]

How Point-of-Work Shapes Effective Change

After over twelve years of chasing the PS rabbit I have a confession to make...I'm done chasing PS…directly. The chase is near futile when the […]

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