Speed to Proficiency

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Why is training the first to go?

I often hear learning professionals bemoan the fact that the learning function “gets no respect.” More specifically, when times are tough, I often hear that […]

We must stop measuring learning

We must stop measuring learning for one simple reason. The only two people who care about your learning metrics are you and your mom. And […]

Learning objectives: It’s all in the verb

We need to develop learning objectives that relate to the type of action learners need to do. Learning Objectives They say that good results without […]

The Goal is Speed to Proficiency

Two very intelligent colleagues of mine, Christy Keener and Tom Hilgart, introduced me to this simple yet extremely useful model for thinking about what it […]

Rapid eLearning? I don’t think so.

Rapid eLearning is basically fancy content presentation. And if content equaled learning, universities could be replaced by libraries. A few years ago, I was working […]

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