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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Posts by Living in Learning

7-Right Things for Intentional Design to Be Intentional Enough

 So…does Intentional Design threaten the ID role? Just the opposite - it expands the role into new asset development that can be re-used or re-purposed […]

Is Your Culture Hard-Wired for Performance or a Catalyst for Dysfunction?

<Rant Warning> Here’s an icebreaker for the next C-suite pow-wow in your organization. With all the CXO roles present around the table, and each having […]

Learning Culture: A Product of Convergence?

Yes, I tend to take a hard line on “performance” in the flow of work versus “learning” in the flow or work, but isn’t performance […]

Insight Curation: Are We Accelerating or Protecting Productivity?

By now content curation is a well-known activity that is credited for saving time in the search, retrieval and distribution of bulk knowledge/information. The quality […]

SMEs or BMEs at Point-of-Work?

When completing a Point-of-Work Assessment (PWA) we have the opportunity to dig for details specific to task-level work activity and the restrainers of the performance related […]

POINT-of-WORK ASSESSMENT: Analytics & Impact

As with any journey, even the GPS is useless without identifying the point of origin. We know where we need to go…our stakeholders have an […]

A Solution to Admiring the Problems of Current State L&D?

Why L&D is so resistant to Change…Change specific to adopting an evolved paradigm that keys on enabling workforce performance solutions that actually render performance outcomes. […]

POINT-of-WORK ASSESSMENT:  Content & Resources

Content & Resources the Knowledge Worker relies upon to optimize their individual performance at the task-centric and role-specific levels. Assessing attributes across critical Content & […]

POINT-of-WORK ASSESSMENT:  Systems & Technology

My advice…step away from bright, shiny Productivity Acceleration Technology until you’ve established a benchmark of current state technology, where it’s headed, what new technology is […]

POINT-of-WORK ASSESSMENT:   Workflows & Processes

PWA deliverables facilitate "different conversations" we must have with operational stakeholders to position that their training requests and our subsequent training solutions may only partially address […]

POINT-of-WORK ASSESSMENT:   People & Capability

I’ve often read corporate vision statements and have even been part of organizations that boast “People Are Our Greatest Asset”. That’s great, and it should […]

POINT-OF-WORK ASSESSMENT: Environment & Culture

At the top of my bucket list I’d like to facilitate a discussion in the deep carpet of the board room addressing an organization’s senior […]

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