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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POINT-of-WORK:  Impacting the Connected Worker

Despite thirty plus years in the corporate learning space I am sensing an overwhelming demand to reiterate the critical nature of shifting emphasis to a […]

POINT-of-WORK:  Using Connected Worker Impacts to Mine Data-Driven Insights

To this camper, it is clear the data flow from the Point-of-Work to Informed Insights critical to drive effective Decision Making must be two-way. Obviously, […]

Point-of-Work:  Effectively Connecting Our Workforce to Their Workflows

Given the “sky-is-falling” lament due to the Great Resignation it makes one wonder how epic is our collective failure. Are we failing or is this […]

Point-of-Work:   Convergence Shift to Workflow Performance

Over the last several years, I have written about the concept of convergence; specifically, convergence of learning with work. Emphasis was placed on assets Learning […]

The Thickness of Relationship

Is every castaway someone marooned on a deserted island? It is the first image that comes to mind for me; however one can be a […]

POINT-of-WORK: Ground Zero for Workforce Transformation

We need to get to where true business value is generated – the Point-of-Work. Given there are many roles and a multitude of tasks that […]

“Status Quomentum” – A Hidden Core Performance Restrainer

If L&D does not assess Points-of-Work, who will? Status quomentum points to routine solutioning because of the training myth. We cannot perpetuation this routine; in […]

POINT-OF-WORK:  An Agile Solutioning Methodology – DRIVER  

This is a call-to-action to see beyond the prevailing myth that Training Drives Performance to the accepting the reality of Potential as the only provable […]

POINT-OF-WORK Podcast with David James – 1-6-2020

I was honored to kick off 2020 with David James. This post is a replay of the 48 minute podcast. With the recent frequency of […]

POINT-OF-WORK: CEO for a Day

If I had the opportunity to be CEO for a day, I’d blow the doors off the existing Learning/Training paradigm and shift my CLO out […]

POINT-OF-WORK: Translate Training Activity to Productivity Impact

Downsized three times in seven years. Why? Because we could not show bottom line value creation and productivity impact. Why? Because Point-of-Work was not assessed […]

POINT-OF-WORK: Office of Workforce Capability (OWC)?

Is it time to create an organizational entity scoped and chartered to ensure sustained workforce capability? Is it time to enable performance IN Workflows at […]

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