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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Is There a Learning Performance Ecosystem Blind Spot?

Performance support is anything that enables and/or accelerates speed-to-sustainable-performance, or speed-to-impact, or speed-to-productivity, or speed-to-competence, or speed-to-actionable-insight, or speed-to-any-damn-thing-that-drives-measurable-business-value.

Speed-to-Insight: Curating Curations…Also Known as Curation 2.0

How much curated content never reaches the point (or the right person) to deliver knowledge, wisdom, and insights essential for critical-thinking and informed decision-making to […]

Treat Point-of-Work Like Point-of-Impact…Because It’s the Same Place

The blind spot as I see all too often involves designing solutions to fit the existing learning architecture and development tools. Status quo solutions can […]

Finally…A Seat at the Table…Don’t Blow It!

If L&D cannot show impact at the bottom-line, L&D remains exposed as a cost center…and the bottom-line contribution can only be seen as an expense. […]

INTENTIONAL DESIGN: It’s About Providing Support Under Fire

I’m convinced it all comes down to the intentions behind the design decisions we make…and if those intentions are not in lock-step with accelerating and […]

Convergence of Learning with Work – Now What?

The diversity of optimizing an ecosystem with multiple, interdependent microsystems with training solutions will not sustain workforce performance at Point-of-Work. An initiative to evolve L&D […]

POINT-of-WORK: Disruptions from Adopting “Intentional Design” Practices

There is another aspect of intentional design I refuse to put into just another bullet because it is foundational to successful and sustainable adoption of […]

Chasing Productivity or Accelerating Productivity?

We talk a lot about boosting employee engagement and making learning more engaging. Let’s shift our engagement focus to where the workforce works; enabling successful […]

Is Your L&D Function Equipped to Be a Disrupter…or a Disruptee?

IT will do an outstanding job of testing, validating, fine-tuning, and deployment of the transitioned systems. My question is this, “Is L&D equipped to invest […]

POINT-of-WORK: Diversity of Disruption

Our field of play has shifted closer to…if not converged directly into…Point-of-Work. This shift has disruption written all over it. Rules of engagement are being […]

Old Dog with New Tricks?

Have we lost sight of the end-game? This old dog was raised with the notion pounded into his head that if L&D does not produce […]

Why Adopt Point-of-Work Assessment Methodology?

All organizations currently own a dynamic learning performance ecosystem. The inescapable question to ask is, “HOW OPTIMIZED IS IT?” A "Point-of-Work Assessment Methodology" is designed […]

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