E-Learning Adoption in Organizations 6: More Characteristics of Adopters

In this, the penultimate article in this series, I will describe some more categories of innovation adopters, before concluding the series of articles about Elearning […]

Elearning Adoption in Organizations 5: Rate of Adoption

People (and organizations) don't adopt new ideas at the same time or at the same pace: rate of adoption vary considerably. Some adopt ideas when […]

Elearning Adoption in Organizations 4: Complexity of Practice

As discussed in my previous post on Elearning Adoption in Organizations, research undertaken by Bohlen and Beal indicates that complexity of practice is a significant factor […]

Elearning Adoption in Organisations 3: Stages of Diffusion

According to Everett M. Rogers, peoples' attitude to a new technology is a key element in its diffusion. Roger’s Innovation Decision Process theory asserts that […]

Elearning Adoption in Organizations 2: Characteristics of the Diffusion Process

New ideas, processes, technologies, and work practices are part of the workplace environment. Sometimes these emerge spontaneously, and are disseminated organically, but more typically, new […]

Elearning Adoption in Organizations

As the globalized economy becomes more complex (especially in the context of digitalisation) it becomes increasingly important to understand the educational processes that lead people and […]

Knowledge Worker Problem-Solving Approach

Knowledge working is bound within the organizational context: knowledge workers use their skills and experience to innovate solutions to real-world problems Continue Reading → The […]

Thinking like a Knowledge Worker

Returning again to a topic I looked at recently, here's some insights to thinking like a knowledge worker Continue Reading → The post Thinking like […]

The Half-Life of Knowledge Workers

I'm discussing the current role of knowledge workers, how it's changing, and will propose a definition for a new type of digital worker that's emerging […]

Teaching Organizational Learning, Part 2 – Conditions for learning

As discussed in a previous E-Learning Curve Blog post, Driscoll outlines five conditions for learning (and organizational learning). Now read on... Continue Reading → The […]

Teaching Organizational Learning, Part 1

Chris Argyris, Professor Emeritus at Harvard Business School, has made significant contributions to the development of organizational learning theory and experiential learning. Any company that […]

Characteristics of Experiential Learning Styles

Kolb’s use of the term “learning styles” has nothing to do with VAK learning styles; if you’re interested in scientifically dubious nonsense, look elsewhere. Continue […]