Learning Model Canvas

The Learning Model Canvas (LMC)* is a visual representation of the nine key components that contribute to the success of an organization’s learning model. It offers a holistic view for corporate learning leaders to ideate, plan, and iterate until the organization can sustain an effective learning model that meets desired business outcomes.

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Connecting “Creating A Culture Of Learning in 6 Steps” with the Learning Model Canvas

​When I read the insightful article Creating a Culture of Learning in 6 Steps by Britt Andreatta, PhD, I couldn’t help but connect her “transformative learning dimensions” to […]

Taking Advantage of L&D's Broken Monopoly

How does the modern employee feel about learning in the workplace? The team at Degreed seems to have a good idea, and a Slideshare presentation they posted […]

Finding a Value Prop that Fits: How Much is Learning Worth to the Customer?

​Ultra-high-end retailers and restaurants don’t always put a tag on their products, or prices on their menus. The attitude towards the customer is, “If you […]

In the Form of a Question: Challenge, Compare, Expand

The Learning Model Canvas is a great tool to initiate tough conversations, but to give real weight to those conversations, you need to find That […]

The 3G's: Gaining Commitment

​If you’ve followed the 3G process, you should be well on your way both Getting and Giving Information. You should now have data relevant and […]

The 3G's: Give Information

​​Last week we investigated what information you need to be armed with before presenting your case to management. But once you’ve gotten your information, you […]

The 3G's: Get Information

In a previous post, I introduced the 3G's of gaining stakeholder buy-in for L&D's projects and transitions to new learning models. The first G, getting […]

Master of Timing and the Learning Model Canvas

I often reference the influence of time when working with the Components of the Learning Model Canvas, particularly in Design and Delivery. However, the savvy […]

Interactive and Engaging Learning Is a Double-Edged Sword

Alarm bells go off whenever I hear instructional designers talk about adding interactive or engaging elements to eLearning. Should it be interactive and engaging? In […]

LMC Cost Structure

In the Key Resources blog, I noted that money is essentially the key resource because it’s fungible into all the other assets you need to operate effectively. […]

Golden Threads and Broken Threads in the LMC

If you have started drafting your own Learning Model Canvas, you probably have also discovered some of the challenges through trial and error, so great job! […]

The 3G's: Selling the Value for a Learning Solution

Last post the Golden Thread outlined a way to represent the interdependencies of the LMC to executives. But building a visual aid and using it effectively are […]

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