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

POINT-of-WORK:   Step Away from the Stone

A recent post on LinkedIn tripped my trigger this morning, and despite the urge to rant, I will try to be gentle. No guarantees. The […]

POINT-of-WORK:  Navigating Digital Transformation with Transformational Change

Going back to the research showing most (84%) of Digital Transformations fail, I have to ask, “Would we have been more successful if we treated […]

T.G.I.G.F. – The Agony We Miss 10.0

Life these days is busy. It is frightening. War in Ukraine, crazy inflation, and COVID-19 are terrorizing our lives. It is easy to forget what […]

POINT-of-WORK:  The Great Convergence of Thought and Action

AI-driven data convergence enables another collateral convergence of informed learning and support design with multi-datapoint granularity or worker performance results at Point-of-Work. What L&D team […]

POINT-of-WORK:  Throwing Good Money After Bad?

When a worker leaves the organization, some companies complete routine exit interviews. Then what happens to those exit interviews? Are the interviews HR checkbox events […]

POINT-of-WORK:  Prescriptive Performance Support

Purpose-built Artificial Intelligence (AI) represents a bridge between high data volumes and actionable design attributes. Digging into the data will give us visibility to the […]

POINT-of-WORK:  The Connected Worker and Analytics

I believe that if we desire performance optimization it should be at the most granular level – the individual worker. Can the Training team accomplish […]

POINT-OF-WORK:  Pushing the Stone

When it seems like we’re pushing a stone uphill over and over…maybe we should stop…leave the stone where it is… go up to the top […]

POINT-of-WORK:  A Ground Hog’s Perspective

Point-of-Work is a Destination where task-centric and role-specific workflows exist. The brokenness is what happens at that destination, not the destination itself. In fact, most […]

POINT-of-WORK:  Using an Alignment Discovery Cascade for Pre-Design Reconnaissance

The key is consistency of Discovery from the top of the organizational hierarchy to the bottom. Comparing results of a cascade down through the hierarchy […]

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, […]

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