Are universities going the way of CDs and cable TV? [Smith]

Are universities going the way of CDs and cable TV? — from theatlantic.com by Michael Smith; with thanks to Homa Tavangar & Will Richardson for […]

Work-Life Synergy and How Learning and Development Supports It

There’s a pretty pervasive myth out there. It says that we can achieve a work-life balance. To be clear, there is no way to balance […]

Team-based content creation/delivery | We need this & other paradigm shifts to help people survive & thrive [Christian]

From DSC: If the first wave of the Coronavirus continues — and is joined by a second wave later this year or early next year […]

Critical LMS Implementation Mistakes to Avoid

Finding the right LMS for your organization can be time-consuming and challenging. Even if you find a system that “ticks all the boxes”, there’s a […]

Reflections on “Shaping the Future of Post-Secondary Education” [cherrytree.com]

RESEARCH REPORT: Shaping the Future of Post-Secondary Education — from cherrytree.com; with thanks to Ryan Craig for this resource A Time of Transformation in Post-Secondary […]

Dawn of the Age of Digital Learning [Moe & Rajendran]

Dawn of the Age of Digital Learning — from medium.com by Michael Moe and Vignesh Rajendran An Acceleration of Trends That Have Been Building for […]

EDUCAUSE COVID-19 QuickPoll Results: The Technology Workforce Authors: by Susan Grajek

EDUCAUSE COVID-19 QuickPoll Results: The Technology Workforce — from er.educause.edu by Susan Grajek Excerpts: Most of the survey respondents are working remotely and getting their […]

Shared Responsibilities: What It Will Take to Deliver a True National Lifelong Learning Ecosystem [Amyot]

Shared Responsibilities: What It Will Take to Deliver a True National Lifelong Learning Ecosystem — from evoLLLution.com by Denise Amyot | President and CEO, Colleges […]

“Almost all of us maintain a normality bias where we assume things will go on about the same as they always have.”

Excerpts from Living on Curves — from gettingsmart.com by Tom Vander Ark Almost all of us maintain a normality bias where we assume things will go […]

Shifting to a Performance Culture: Why Culture Should Be Part of Performance Management

More and more, companies are noticing the importance of a solid culture in the workplace. Employees no longer tolerate difficult or uncomfortable working environments. People […]

If your culture is all about maintaining the status quo… [Christian]

If your organization’s culture is all about maintaining the status quo: *  Your pursuit of lifelong learning needs to be in full gear *  Enhancing […]

How to Guide Your Employees Through the Onboarding Journey

The first step to improving your onboarding training is to look at it like a journey, not a race. There are certain phases and points […]

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