Barriers to Change: Chef Gordon Ramsey’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back Analysis

Ramsay driving to struggling restaurants across the country in his state-of-the-art mobile kitchen and command center, Hell On Wheels.  FOX on Wednesdays As an instructional […]

How Stress Affects Cognitive Learning for African American Students: Blackish TV Show Analysis

Society produces stress for young students especially the K-12 grades through civil protests, news, social media and politics. It is my observation that many of […]

How Evaluations Impact Training in the Workplace

Your company’s success in meeting its business goals depends on a variety of factors, one of which is how well you train your employees through […]

Articulate 360 Review 2019

Articulate 360 is an online app that creates responsive courses for digital platforms. It consists of  Rise (mobile)  Articulate Library, Articulate Review, Peek, Studio 360, […]

How to Get Useful Student Feedback on Online Courses

When you collect useful student feedback on online courses, you can confidently assess and improve the effectiveness of your e-learning programs. However, you need the […]

Towards an Outcomes Dashboard for Continuing Education

All of a sudden, continuing education providers are swimming in data. This is a good problem. Not five years ago, many CE educators lacked the […]

Cornerstone Evaluations and the Kirkpatrick Model

In Cornerstone, evaluations help review and measure the impact and return on investment you achieve from your training spend. What you might not be aware […]

Update: Updating Evaluations Based on “Performance-Focused Smile Sheets”

My last post was about updating evaluations based on Will Thalheimer’s book, Performance-Focused Smile Sheets. In a word, we failed. But as learning professionals, failure […]

4 Pillars of Training Effectiveness – Leading Learning Podcast

This month, we sponsored a podcast for Leading Learning on Dr. Will Thalheimer, author of Performance-Focused Smile Sheets: A radical Rethinking of a Dangerous Art Form.  Thalheimer has […]

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