The Hitch Hiker's Guide to Learning

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Downsizing Casualties – A form of Professional PTSD?

HR Planning and Strategy courses eventually come around to the distasteful topic of “downsizing”. They talk about “survivors” and politely organic methods of reducing headcounts, […]

Helicopter parenting and college-age depression/anxiety

Recent studies suggests that kids with overinvolved parents and rigidly structured childhoods suffer psychological blowback in college. via Helicopter parenting is increasingly correlated with college-age […]

Video Contribution to #WOLweek

Here is my first iMovie effort and it’s talking about my current work project and some of the challenges we face down the road. Yes, […]

Proportional Pie Chart of the World’s Most Spoken Languages

Mark L. Sheppard: Infographics are always thought-provoking and this one is no exception. I enjoy seeing numbers relative to population or geography. Originally posted on […]

Jumping in on #wolweek

I’m happy to be a small part of this global effort to increase awareness of Working Out Loud (w.k.a. #WOL) and Showing Your Work. “Working […]

EduTECH Conference Reflection

I recently had the chance to attend EduTECH in Brisbane as a panelist and speaker on their Workplace Learning track. For those not familiar with […]

My Guest Blog for Learning Rebels on ATD ICE and the Backchannel

From Shannon Tipton, the Learning Rebel Not Attending ATD ICE? The Backchannel Saves the Day I’ll be there! Oh, shucks – you won’t be? I’m […]

3 Characteristics of High Impact Learning Departments: Laura Overton Interview | Totara LMS

3 Characteristics of High Impact Learning Departments: Laura Overton Interview March 18, 2015 – Posted by Steve Rayson I really like data, whilst I am […]

Millennials: Entitled? Job hoppers? We Think Not

Here is an article from Debbie Landers who is the General Manager, Kenexa & Smarter Workforce at IBM that you should find very interesting as […]

Will at Work Learning: Net Promoter Score — Maybe Fine for Marketing, Stupid for Training

From Will Thalheimer… More and more training departments are considering the use of the Net Promoter Score as a question–or the central question–on their smile […]

Weapon Of Mass Instruction: Artist Creates A Tank That Delivers Free Books

Weapon Of Mass Instruction: Artist Creates A Tank That Delivers Free Books Raul Lemesoff, an eccentric artist in Buenos Aires, Argentina, has created a bizarre […]

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