Workplace Karma: The Laws of Life at Work

I am a Training and Performance Consultant from India currently based in Zürich, Switzerland. Over the last 12 years, I have consulted for clients in the retail, technology, manufacturing, banking, shipping, BPO, and healthcare industries. My areas of interest lie in learning design, e-learning and learning technologies, user interaction, informal and social learning, and continuous training strategies, including stakeholder and change management strategies for enterprise level training programs.

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Posts by Workplace Karma: The Laws of Life at Work

Usability Checklist for designing Learning Content & Platforms

Even if you don’t always remember the details, just keeping these 18 usability attributes at the back of your mind for any learning project will […]

Part I: Women & Leadership: Challenges

Building up towards World’s Women’s Day next month (March 08), I am dedicating this post and the next to identifying challenges in, and remedial frameworks […]

Using 70:20:10 as a Reference

My last project of 2016 is to review and re-design the learning strategy for a legacy systems training program. As we start looking at historical […]

Ten Types of Micro Learning I have found to be Effective

Micro-learning isn’t a new concept in the training industry any longer; it has proven its benefit to Learners and management alike, and is here to […]

Why I Love Constraints

When the architect Frank Gehry was asked if society curtails individual imagination, he famously said: “I don’t think it does… You curtail your own imagination if […]

Building a Community amidst Change

Hidden among the usual array of enterprise level projects are the small, internal projects that sometimes bring me more satisfaction in terms of employee engagement […]

How to engage Learners based on their Intrinsic Motivation

According to psychologists Coon & Mitterer (2010), “Intrinsic motivation occurs when we act without any obvious external rewards. We simply enjoy an activity or see […]

Welcome to Workplace Karma!

Welcome, Dear Reader! In this sticky note, you will find a list of all the posts I have published on this blog. The posts are […]

Part I: The 14 Vidyas & 64 Kalas of Ancient India

I’ve wanted to write this post for a long time! Like most Indians, I had been introduced to the concept of the 14 Vidyas and 64 Kalas, […]

Part II: The 14 Vidyas & 64 Kalas of Ancient India

In my previous post, I wrote about the 14 Vidyas (fields of education). This post is about the 64 Kalas (communication, performing arts, domestic sciences) […]

Collaboration in Training Projects

I recently had a unique collaborative experience on a multi-organization project that spans across a tightly regulated industry. In this post, I would like to […]

ADDIE & SAM: Friends not Foes

The Successive Approximation Model (SAM) has been an on and off topic of discussion in the training industry for several years, and raises its head […]