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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PERFORMANCE SUPPORT:  Start with a Learning Performance Assessment

LMS Market Trends revealed 48% of organizations desire a "new or different learning technology" and nearly half (47%) are at least seeking to "revise their […]

PERFORMANCE SUPPORT: Questions, Questions & More Questions

Momentum to accept the validity of performance support has been a long time coming as evidenced by a dramatic increase of articles advocating more L&D […]

PERFORMANCE SUPPORT: Find an Experienced Outfitter Before Attempting the Climb

After one Chapter 11 fiasco and three Reduction-in-Force events in the last 10 years, I’ve decided it’s time to join the “gig economy” as a […]

Deployment Vs. Implementation – Is There a Difference?

If L&D spent half the time enabling human performance at Point-of-Work in the operation of new systems as IT spends in fine-tuning and optimizing the […]

PERFORMANCE SUPPORT:  Running the Entire Race

In the comparison to a 400-meter relay race, Training does not fail. Training delivers a quality product for 25% of the race and makes a […]

PERFORMANCE SUPPORT: Is Devolution in Training Blocking Evolution in Performance?

Many of my Performance Support colleagues and I have lamented over and struggled to find why the adoption of performance support technology has been so […]

POINT-of-WORK:  4-Phase Path to Sustainability

My attempts in this post to clarify Point-of-Work are driven by the fact that L&D cannot simply pursue the Point-of-Work associated with the primary end-user…like […]

So…You Want to Become a Learning Performance Ninja – Good Choice!

This as a story, a pivotal story in my career, that validated re-thinking the significance of adopting an evolved strategy using a tactical Learning Performance Assessment […]

PERFORMANCE SUPPORT – Converging Learning with Point-of-Work

A perfect storm of increasing demand to remain competitive and the continuous nature of change have effectively flanked the traditional Training Paradigm. L&D cannot keep […]

Data Analytics Vs. Tsunami

There may be a few bean-counters out there enduring a pucker moment right now but hear the message I hope comes through in this post. […]

DRIVER – Avoiding the Paralysis of Fear & Loathing of CHANGE

I have no intentions of offending anyone with this post, but likely will get a few of you all raked up in a pile over […]

DRIVER: Enabling a Strategic Re-Think for L&D

Consider this…are we (L&D) fighting the good fight tactically based on a strategy formalized on an incomplete paradigm?

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