Decoding The Learning Transfer Riddle

It is not enough for organizations to have great training programs. What is learned in these programs needs to be transferred to the workplace. An […]

Iceberg! Right Ahead!

The training you launch is on a collision course. Take a deep breath and dive deeper into your organizational culture to understand what is sinking […]

Tapping Tacit Knowledge With The Superpower Of Peer-To-Peer Learning

Find out how Fuse customers are harnessing the superpower combination of peer-to-peer trust with shared SME expertise and tacit knowledge. This post was first published […]

We Need To Talk About Learning Transfer

You are not just designing training, you are designing what someone will do after training. These tips will help your designs to inspire post-training behavior. […]

Book review: Learning Transfer at Work: How to Ensure Training >> Performance

Jack Lockhart reviews the latest book from Paul Matthews, CEO and founder, People Alchemy. There’s a part of me that hopes we won’t need this […]

Recommended Reading Summary: A Chapter from “How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School”

I recently posted some recommended reading that relates to a virtual class I recently taught on gamification.  (Here is the recording.) This is my own […]

Three Challenges Faced by Today’s L&D Leaders

Many learning organizations today are in need of a new approach and a fresh strategy. Technology and accompanying business realities have not only changed the […]

Professional Learning: Does it work?

I have been doing some research lately into Training Evaluation, and quite unexpectedly have become intrigued at how we measure professional development and whether it […]

How to Ensure Learning Transfer During + After Training

In leadership there is a tenet that goes something like: “You should never send a changed person back into an unchanged environment.” (Raelin) As instructional […]

Before, During, and After Training: Improving Knowledge Transfer in Your Organization in 3 Stages

As someone who cares about the prosperity of your business, you want your employees to be able to apply the knowledge acquired from the training […]

Why “70:20:10” Is Not Enough

In a recent article, Bill Brandon speculates that we’ve hit a tipping point in the workplace. Learning demands placed on workers have exceed workers’ capacity […]

Learning transfer tips

A tweet by the CIPD’s Andy Lancaster asking for tips on #learning transfer prompted a great reaction. We pulled together those tips here.   [View […]

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