70:20:10 – Myth or Legend?

There is a myth involved…perpetuated by a long-held belief that training drives performance. In truth, training only drives potential; performance does not manifest until business […]

INTENTIONAL DESIGN – Redirecting L&D Strategy to the Point-of-Work

I am deeply buried in HR right now and steeped in the HR discipline, but I am, however…a Performance Ninja. I know who pays the […]

True Confessions from a Performance Ninja

You’ll see it on their faces, and they’ll look up at you with questioning eyes and ask, “You mean this is not a training issue?”…and […]

The Consistency of Disruptive Innovation

A colleague of mine described adopting a Performance Paradigm where Performance Support is fully integrated as “the project that never dies” and that’s not a […]

Are You Just Paying Lip Service to 70:20:10?

Maybe it’s just me, but I’m seeing the use of 70:20:10 being used as a design framework that promotes that we pack the “70” and the […]

Onboarding Vs. Waterboarding: Is There a Difference?

Is there a difference between your onboarding process and the process of waterboarding? One uses water...and the other holds the new hire down and administers […]

Define EPS Readiness Before Developing Strategy

Many organizations are locked into long-held beliefs that training is the default solution to overcoming performance challenges. While training can certainly contribute to closing performance […]

Driving Performance with Extended Blend

Focusing on a new ground zero - If we hope to move beyond potential, we must move beyond where we create it – during training […]

Turn Loose the MOOCs

Consider the point of work as the new classroom if you like, but recognizing the application of assets at the point of work represents new […]

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