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Building Successful Corporate Elearning Programs

This resource from Human Captal Media is a report on building successful corporate elearning programs. Here is their introduction to the report:
Explore online training trends and the features, benefits, and results of engaging video-based instruction. 35 more words

Learning Design

Evolutionary Versus Revolutionary Approaches to Implementing 70:20:10

This article from the 702010 Forum is all about how to implement the 702010 framework into learning using either a revolutionary or evolutionary approach. A brief description of what both approaches are is given and a link to an assessment tool that you can use to identify the approach that best aligns with your organisations context is provided. 30 more words

Article

What does Google’s mission statement have to do with every L&D strategy?

I only recently had a chance to review some of the results from Towards Maturity benchmark study 2014. What grabbed my attention the most was what learners think about the role of technology in learning  and what prevents them from learning online (you can find the fast facts from the study in… 610 more words

Learning Technologies

Instructional Strategies Observation

This observation compares two very different types of instruction instruction strategies between STEM related topics. The first strategy is project- and inquiry-based instruction the other is a game to demonstrate a concept. 656 more words

Observations

Advance Learning through Learning Strategy

Advancing learning has been the name of this blog since I started it over 5 years ago.  I am now taking that forward to my business, aptly named AdvanceLearningGroup.com, with a focus on learning strategy, leadership and team development. 589 more words

Learning

Aligning learning to the organisation

The subject of ensuring the alignment of learning with the organisation has attracted a lot of attention recently. Learning managers and professionals are becoming alert to the need to ensure that “learning” – whether it be the activity or the organisational function – really meets the needs of the organisation it supports. 2,304 more words

Organisational Development

Michael E Porter's Five Forces

Understand the five forces to better position your company that is more profitable and less vulnerable to attack.

The industry structure defined by the five forces determines the profitability of an industry regardless of the fact that it may be producing a product or service, is emerging or mature, is regulated or unregulated, is high-tech or manual. 1,807 more words

Strategy