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

Is Your Curation Tied to Intentional Design?

Intentionality is borne out of perspective and scope, where in the traditional L&D sense…solution scope shapes perspective and/or limits relevance, effectiveness, and applicability at the […]

Is 2018 Going To Be a Step-Change Year for L&D?

There is urgency to this step-change requirement that needs to address Moments of Need at the Point of Work when they manifest and where they […]

Is It Really That Cold?

Have you ever repeated a saying you’ve heard before to fit a circumstance perfectly and have no clue where that saying came from or know […]

It’s Time to Go Ninja!

Who “woulda thunk it” possible to be swept up…or is swept out more appropriate…into the chaos of three corporate downsizing events in less than seven […]

Find, Build or Purchase Performance Consulting Skills Sooner Than Later

We have no shortage of targets at which we can fire our L&D solution arrows. Too often just hitting the target with training is viewed […]

Don’t Skimp On Discovery @ Point-of-Work

This post was triggered and complimentary to Bob Mosher’s post on 11/17…an important read that I agree with completely. What I offer today is an […]

L&D: Chasing Right Outcomes With Wrong Outputs

We cannot begin the effort by looking through a “training solution lens”. I can always build training IF NECESSARY. BUT…if emphasis is not first laser-focused […]

Point-of-Work & ADDIE? Say It Ain’t So…

My recent post  “70:20:10 – Myth or Legend?” roused a few readers to offer up some really solid comments, and there were a few that […]

70:20:10 – Myth or Legend?

There is a myth involved…perpetuated by a long-held belief that training drives performance. In truth, training only drives potential; performance does not manifest until business […]

“Check Box” Training, or Is It “Check Box” L&D?

As redundant as this next statement sounds, it represents the core of my position on this… Performance support supports performance @ Point-of-Work…not training courses!

Don’t Confuse READY…With READINESS…

If I had to boil down all my bluster and passion in this blog to a single core statement, it would be this: Training, by […]

Who Owns the “Other 95%”?

The power we give up by taking an order for training only perpetuates the paradigm…the myth…in the minds of our stakeholders that training drives performance. […]

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