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My Top Learning Tools for 2018

Here are my top learning tools for 2018.  Share your tools as part of Jane Hart’s Top Learning Tool survey. Google – my primary search, another […]

L&D Should Support People Like a Sports Team – All Day, Every Day

The future of work for humans will be in performing non-routine tasks where individual learnability will be critical as people need to continuously learn to keep up and grow. If […]

The Shift from Efficiency to Learning Means an Opportunity for L&D

How fast you adapt is increasingly becoming more important than how efficient you are. Most organizations are set up from a time when they sought […]

Now is the Time for Workplace Learning to Focus on Individual Learnability

L&D has a great opportunity to help organizations create a positive learning experience that will focus more on the individual. Why should organizations focus more […]

Learning & Development Works in the Gray Space

Below is a webinar that I presented for Degreed Learning & Development Works in the Gray Space from Dennis Callahan

Courses Domesticated Learning & Development

The course model is so strong that L&D is servant to the course in all of its forms –  live class, virtual, eLearning, etc. Did Wheat Domesticate […]

L&D Works in the Gray Space

As I mentioned in my previous post, it’s helpful to view workplace learning from the perspective of an employee (i.e., the people within or doing […]

How an Organization Views Learning is Critical

  Some thoughts to add to the discussion between Jane Hart and Will Thalheimer Learning Finds a Way If someone within an organization wants to learning […]

Is Training the Right Word?

Does your business partner or SME care that what they are calling “training” is in your words a “communication?” Should you care?  Not as long […]

My Top Learning Tools for 2015

  It’s that time of year again! Jane Hart’s Top 100 Learning Tools. Here are my top learning tools for 2015. Twitter – my social stream. Google – […]

Improve Workplace Learning From A to Z

Being Fast or Being Good?

  Brent Schlenker tweeted an interesting question yesterday, “Is it better to learn how to be fast at doing something, or to first learn to be […]

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