Modality Matters: Why Learners Need More Than an Off-the-Shelf Solution

It’s a learning and development professional’s job to not just deliver training content but also to consider the modality and ensure the knowledge sinks into […]

Learning organization

It’s imperative for any enterprise to consider how its members can continue to learn. Without this skill, an organization is destined to fall behind as […]

Knowledge Transfer

Knowledge Transfer may conjure up mental images of 1960s Sci-Fi movies where a large lever is pulled by a cackling, maniacal villain and the consciousness […]

9 Roadblocks That Prevent Knowledge Transfer In Online Training

Wondering which are the roadblocks that prevent Knowledge Transfer in online training? Check 9 roadblocks that prevent Knowledge Transfer in online training. The post 9 […]

What Do You Really Need to Include in Your Learning Plan?

Today’s Tiny Topic idea was inspired by one of our tiny but mighty Senior Instructional Designers, Charlotte Donaldson! Thanks to our team for continuing to […]

Taking Academic Research To Market

Getting research produced by universities translated into new products and services has been an ongoing challenge for academia, industry and indeed government for some time […]

Improving Recall

It does not matter if you are an instructional designer or a technical writer. Understanding how people learn is important if you want your audience […]

Our Competition Is Our Co-Operator: The new coopetition

The term coopetition has actually been around for quite some time, as strange as it may seem. Going back to at least the 1930s, the […]

A Manifesto (with Poor Graphic Design)

If you have been following my blog over the last couple of years (thank you!), you may have noticed some changes to the banner and […]

From Auckland, a charge to curate

Nigel Young, a professional colleague via my Twitter PLN, pointed me to a live broadcast from eLearnz 2015, a New Zealand eLearning conference that I […]

What I’m reading … or not.

If intent were king, I would be a high minister indeed. I liberated myself from my much-loved periodicals last year so I would have time […]

Learning is the lifeblood, not the appendix

No one puts learning in the corner. Those days are gone. If you are a regular reader of this blog, or familiar with the work […]

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