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About half of the formal training provided in organizations is custom developed (the other half are packaged “off-the-shelf” programs).  That’s a lot of training.  Every week  internal learning design teams and their external  partners are heads down at work developing learning programs of every description...
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What learning are you designing at the moment? Maybe it’s a structured e-learning or classroom program. If you have a more constructivist bent you may be working on an immersive learning environment.  If you prefer humanist OD approaches maybe it’s an action learning program. These...
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During the Q&A at a recent conference session on Social Learning, a retail industry attendee asked “I have to train 300 store level associates in new product knowledge in the next three months.  Is social learning really what I want?”  What would your answer be?...
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The Learning Circuits Blog big question this month is: How do you respond to the “I want it now!” request from a demanding executive? They provide the scenario of  a Type A executive with a website open on rapid instructional design prompting the “I want...
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Seeking ways to leverage new social media environments, learning departments are discovering ways to sneak a little formal learning through the informal learning back door. Some of our clients for example, are looking to load up their social learning environments with small bits of learning...
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