What is the value of strategy in the middle of a global crisis?

A new global vision and strategy titled ‘Immunization Agenda 2030: A Global Strategy to Leave No One Behind (IA2030)’ was endorsed by the World Health […]

Accountability in learning

What if you were the key internal resource person with learning expertise? What if you advocated, recommended, and prescribed low-volume, high-cost face-to-face training? What if […]

#GuildChat for 04/09/21: Tiny Case Studies

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, April 9th at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week’s topic is Tiny Case Studies. Like reading a mystery, it can […]

What lies beyond the event horizon of the ‘webinar’?

It is very hard to convey to learners and newcomers to digital learning alike that asynchronous modes of learning are proven to be far more […]

Can the transformation of global health education for impact rely on input-based accreditation?

Burck Smith wrote in 2012 what remains one of the clearest summaries of how accreditation is based primarily on a higher education institution’s inputs rather […]

What does the changing nature of knowledge means for global health?

Charlotte Mbuh and I will be welcoming Julie Jacobson, one of the founders of Bridges to Development, for our 15-minute Global Health Symposium about neglected […]

Disseminating rapid learning about COVID-19 vaccine introduction

In July 2019, barely six months before the pandemic, we worked with alumni of The Geneva Learning Foundation’s immunization programme to build the Impact Accelerator […]

Learning Strategy: Great Advice from Industry Leaders

When you see the term “learning strategy” what comes to mind? Some people think of specific instructional design techniques that aim to help people absorb […]

Customize New Hire Training: 5 Reasons to Partner Up With a Vendor for Your Onboarding Program

Your employees might not have the time or specialized skills to convert an existing inperson onboarding program to a virtual one, or to create such […]

Skilling Up Virtual Team Managers and Supervisors:
3 Essential Upboarding Tips

New managers and supervisors have more than ever to learn if they are stepping up to manage a virtual team. Great upboarding can have a […]

Learning Systems Agility, Up Close and Up In the Air

In last week’s post, I examined the need for training providers to rely on flexibility as a strategic advantage. Why? So you can adjust to […]

Back to the Workplace: 5 Things to Consider When Reboarding Returning Employees

Though times are uncertain, it seems likely that organizations will be seeking to rehire former employees as the economic climate stabilizes. Reboarding—bringing former employees back […]

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