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 […]

Chief Capability Officer (CCO) Seeks a New Home

Having been in L&D for many years in virtually every role from road warrior sales trainer to multiple leadership positions, I have been an advocate […]

Fixing Performance Should Trump Training as a Priority

Why build training content as a priority if there is an asset you could build that closes an existing performance gap? I’m not saying “forget […]

How Point-of-Work Shapes Effective Change

After over twelve years of chasing the PS rabbit I have a confession to make...I'm done chasing PS…directly. The chase is near futile when the […]

Leading Change as “Ordinary Work”

To be effective with addressing the continuous nature of Change is to ”routinize” it by building into the organizational culture as “Ordinary Work”. That means […]

Performance Consultant Lives Matter!

What follows is a short story…a true story…that positions a skill set that changed my life in the L&D discipline. No instructional designers were harmed […]

Chasing Sustained Workforce Capability

Sustaining the capability of our workforce is a race we are all running whether we choose to describe the effort in this manner or not. […]

Performance Support: Gimme Three Clicks!

Critical demands for ensuring workforce agility and resilience manifest beyond the current scope of the best training programs; the best training design, best development and […]

Free Agent – Hurled Through the Window of Opportunity

If your organization recognizes that true business results are won…or lost…@ the Point-of-Work, and a bold decision is under consideration to head up the mountain, […]

Readiness – Set – Go: Pursuing a Sustainable EPS Strategy

We should strive to effectively position that EPS adoption is a rapidly approaching future that lies beyond the scope and charter of the traditional L&D […]

70:20:10? Or Is It…85:12:3?

Is it 70:20:10 or is it 85:12:3? To answer this question I offer another question – “Who gives a rip?” – as long as the […]

“EPS Readiness?” Or “One-and-Done?”

Successful implementation does not equal full adoption. My point is simply this – being ready to deploy any manner of change is not the same […]

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