POINT-OF-WORK Podcast with David James – 1-6-2020

I was honored to kick off 2020 with David James. This post is a replay of the 48 minute podcast. With the recent frequency of […]

Treat Point-of-Work Like Point-of-Impact…Because It’s the Same Place

The blind spot as I see all too often involves designing solutions to fit the existing learning architecture and development tools. Status quo solutions can […]

Chasing Productivity or Accelerating Productivity?

We talk a lot about boosting employee engagement and making learning more engaging. Let’s shift our engagement focus to where the workforce works; enabling successful […]

Is Your L&D Function Equipped to Be a Disrupter…or a Disruptee?

IT will do an outstanding job of testing, validating, fine-tuning, and deployment of the transitioned systems. My question is this, “Is L&D equipped to invest […]

POINT-of-WORK: Diversity of Disruption

Our field of play has shifted closer to…if not converged directly into…Point-of-Work. This shift has disruption written all over it. Rules of engagement are being […]

Using performance support tools to close the skills gap

The world looks very different to how it did 20 years ago. Take car manufacturing, for example. With the onset of robotics, hardware is rapidly […]

Can your learning strategy keep pace with digital disruption?

Take a moment to think about how digital disruption is affecting the business you’re working in. Not you personally or your department, but your actual […]

Why elearning still has the power to transform

Over the past few years, many people have been questioning the value of elearning courses – including people within the industry itself. With so many […]

7-Right Things Road Map to Sustained Workforce Performance

The call-to-action for L&D is to have staff capable of operating comfortably and effectively in the domain of the Point-of-Work exclusive of being a SMEOEDT…SME […]

Is Managing Learning Enough…Or Is Broader ACCESS the End-Game?

In the event your brain immediately visualized training courses or learning events residing on your LMS…we have a potential disconnect here because “Training” in any […]

Going Ninja & the Covert Art of Hiding 70:20:10

You "train" a bear to ride a bike…and with enough bear treats and a Taser you can train a bear to ride just about anything. […]

Training Is Not “Predicament-based” & That’s a Predicament

We…L&D…are in a predicament because we don’t actively seek out predicaments. We cannot see them looking through the “wrong end of the telescope”. We don’t […]

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