The difference between detective, architect and builder decides an L&D strategy’s fate Current roles in most L&D functions are primarily educational and focused on designing, […]
Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, February 10th at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week’s topic is Performance Consulting in Practice Performance Consulting took off in […]
Connect Play, Pushed Play and Open World Learning Pushed play refers to the demand that learners complete a game in order to progress through learning […]
If you’re remotely connected to L&D, this is shaping up to be a pretty big week! Learning Technologies returns to Kensington Olympia across Wednesday 1st […]
Behavioral Currency In this post we are going to discuss the idea of behavioral currency in training. Behavioral currency refers to designating specific action verbs […]
Tired of 70:20:10 talk? Download this white paper to put the theory into action When it comes to 70:20:10 strategy, there’s been a lot of […]
Simulation Gaming Simulation is the representation of real world problems which can be used to rehearse skill deployment in medicine, engineering, coaching and a myriad […]
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Different Types Of Gamification Content Gamification is often understood as a ‘Serious Game’ template where the content is often turned into a game. It is […]
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Free webinar: The hard truths about soft skills you need to understand to succeed in training If there’s one thing most learning and development professionals […]
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