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What made that so great?! Attributes of Effective E-Learning

As consumers of online learning, whether learning informally through YouTube or formally through a web-based training (WBT) at work, we know which tank and which are great. 334 more words

Right place, right time

I worked for a major tire manufacturer for 10 years, and I spent several of those years working on online training strategy for retailer partners. One of the biggest challenges of selling passenger car and light truck tires to consumers is overcoming the tendency for the conversation to quickly default to price. 258 more words

Corporate Education

How @Twitter Handles #Learning

This is an article about learning and development at Twitter. It focuses on the experience of Melissa Daimler, Twitter’s Head of Learning and Organizational Development. Melissa discusses some of the learning intitiatives being implemented at Twitter. 52 more words

Learning Design

Crafting an Online Learning Strategy

Over the past several weeks, I’ve been involved in a number of conversations with a variety of organizations about overall learning strategies, and the role that online learning should play in a more comprehensive strategy. 1,244 more words


Are there abandoned learners in your organisation?

Learning in spite of a lack of support and encouragement?

My recent invitation to Towards Maturity’s benchmarking study 2015 motivated me to revisit their report from last year and see where we (as learning and development community) are at in terms of performance, skills of our Learning and Development teams and how well we influence our learners. 1,084 more words


Learning Strategy for Developers

Of all the industries, software industry is the most innovative one. This puts enormous pressure on the developers to keep on learning and updating themselves. Developers have to learn fast and unlearn very fast. 225 more words

Coaching and mentoring as a learning transfer strategy in LIVES

By Mamusha Lemma

Training is often criticized for not making a significant impact on improving performance. Many training managers are increasingly concerned about how to ensure the transfer of learned skills and knowledge from a training context to the work environment.  559 more words