15 Must-Have Knowledge Sharing Tools

Disclaimer:  I am not paid nor am I a representative of the companies mentioned below. These recommendations are solely based on thorough research and my […]

Why You Must Document Your Workplace Scenarios

Get Write: Document Your Workplace Scenarios There is a simple little method you can use to help remind you about the type of workplace knowledge […]

The significance of digital platforms to the business

Business gets done by groups in workshops and meetings and by individuals in private conversation. There is an undeniable cultural advantage for diplomacy that comes […]

A Review of ‘Media Manipulation and Disinformation Online’

This was previously posted on the AACE Review by Sandra Rogers. In Media Manipulation and Disinformation Online, Marwick and Lewis (2017) of the Data & Society […]

Get Your LMS Business (AND Your Business LMS) Started IN 2019

UPGRADED in July 1st, 2019. An LMS, or Learning Management System, is a platform that allows learning organizations (schools, universities, colleges, as well as companies, […]

Leveraging the IKEA effect to create an LMS your learners love

Where do you go to find insights and information at work? A Saffron Interactive survey revealed that people overwhelmingly turned to Google, with the second […]

Reflect to impress — the power of reflection

One of my Saffron colleagues wrote a blog last year, Musings on my performance appraisal, in which he considered how he could build time into […]

Transitioning Responsibility to Managers, T&D Becomes a Curation Resource

Without managers being fully invested in training, there is no chance it will have an effect on people. Just as with everything else in an […]

Tips for CTOs on Knowledge Management

“How do you keep track of everything?” I asked my secretary. We stood in a dilapidated portable building, the Technology Department building.  In response to […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 11/19/18

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: What Choose Your Own Adventure Books teach us about branching scenarios How knowledge management is changing […]

How Knowledge Management Changed Everything!

After the near-mythical Boston conference of 1993, legend has it that in 1994, business guru Tom Davenport gave the first description of Knowledge Management: “Knowledge […]

Don’t behave like a tool – start using one

40% of your staff could be thinking of leaving… If they’re not getting the right training, that is. If you’re not developing your team properly, […]

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