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Business Rules, Simplified

Marcia Conner

When people ask me about the most healthful workplace I’ve worked in, I get a bit nostalgic for the years I spent at PeopleSoft. Although the specific names may not mean anything to readers unfamiliar with the leadership at PeopleSoft, I suspect you can glean enough from the simple, people-focused themes to get started now. Use PeopleSoft Systems and Equipment With Discretion.

3 Ways to Earn More Money as an Instructional Designer

LearnDash

remember being on a project where we were creating training for Oracle PeopleSoft (an ERP software).  We hired a third-party consultant who had 30 years (yes, 30 years) of instructional design experience for PeopleSoft. Recently I received an email from someone on LinkedIn who was curious to know more about instructional design, and how to break into the industry.

Stats on Workplace Learning

Marcia Conner

When I lead education at PeopleSoft a gazillion years ago, I shared with the head of all customer-facing services a copy of Training Magazine ‘s annual numbers issue, published each November (now their November/December issue ). His response wasn’t about the numbers rather, “There’s a magazine just about training?” percent to $55.8 billion. Total 2012 U.S.

5 E-Learning Forecasts for 2012

eLearning 24-7

My take is that some systems with such features, perceive there is a market of those who are not interested in such solutions from Oracle, SAP, Peoplesoft, Lawson or Workday. Every year, I identify five trends that I am seeing in the industry as a whole, and forecast on where they will be heading throughout the year. In 2011, I saw quite a few items that resonated. LMSs/LCMS/CMS/learning platforms in commercial and open space continued their presence. Some items stood out, others continued in an everlasting awful experience (customer and support service – as a whole). Boring.

LMS Satisfaction Features and Barriers

Tony Karrer

Oracle's ( Learning Management and PeopleSoft Enterprise Learning Management but less so it's iLearning ) and SAP Enterprise Learning score better than I would have expected. Over the past few years, they've been able to fend of Oracle, PeopleSoft and SAP through superior products. PeopleSoft Enterprise Lear. Update, Nov. Some notes on these numbers. Does a Learner WANT an LMS?

eLearning Weekly » Hands-on with Assima Training Suite

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eLearning Weekly » Large-scale Applications Training

eLearning Weekly

LMS & LCMS Directory

eLearning 24-7

SAP, Peoplesoft, Oracle and HRIS systems; thus if you have one of those systems you are now open to a greater number of vendors, rather then staying with your ERP or HRIS provider. Contains over 200 systems.  To view the specific system, click on the system’s name and it will take you to the site or if possible, directly to the information on the system.   Click to view and download the directory, which is in an Excel file -  E-Learning 24/7 LMS & LCMS Directory. Notes. CMSs, learning portals geared only are not on the list. When available, I have provided comments and insight.

Software Upgrade Training and Support

Tony Karrer

They are upgrading their PeopleSoft implementation. However, if you are upgrading from PeopleSoft to Oracle you may be looking at process changes which will require additional work. 2. BJ Schone just posted a great question about a particular situation. He tells us: I don't know much about the new system, but I understand that it is quite an overhaul; one estimate said we would need 80+ hours of face-to-face training. Everything will be tracked in our LMS. Applications training can be excruciatingly boring, especially when taken as a self-study eLearning course.

Remember the Milk Experiment

Learning Developments

PeopleSoft Textbooks - My major projects may have their own tab. So I've started my Remember the Milk experiment. This will be my list for all work related tasks. Click here for an introduction to RTM if you are unfamilar with it. have set up my RTM environment as follows: General - Miscellaneous tasks (e.g. don't always work on tasks based on priority alone. This is one of them.

Alternate Career Options for L&D

Learning Cafe

Jeevan has explored may alternate career options – HR Manager, PeopleSoft /Oracle Consultant, Business Development, Entrepreneur, Professional Services Manager, Board Member … Big Questions. Session Overview. In this session, we will discuss the developing trends of career diversity in L&D. This will include a discussion of how the current economic crises have affected companies requirements for Learning professionals, and which skills are needed to ensure professionals keep themselves in demand. Session Leads. What alternatives are there to traditional L&D roles?

Free Stuff - and it's about learning too

Learning Rocks

If you've not heard of it, a) you don't use the net much do you, or you're reading the wrong site, or b) you work for PeopleSoft or SAP. At our company we have been aware of the movement that is Moodle. Quite a worry when you are developing an LMS (not really as ours is really impressive). So imagine my delight at unearthing this little treasure trove , courtesy of one Jane Hart. Go figure. Then get frustrated when you realise I worked in the civil service and that was 350GBP of honest taxpayers' money.). tools blogs

Free Stuff - and it's about learning too

Learning Rocks

If you've not heard of it, a) you don't use the net much do you, or you're reading the wrong site, or b) you work for PeopleSoft or SAP. At our company we have been aware of the movement that is Moodle. Quite a worry when you are developing an LMS (not really as ours is really impressive). So imagine my delight at unearthing this little treasure trove , courtesy of one Jane Hart. Go figure. Then get frustrated when you realise I worked in the civil service and that was 350GBP of honest taxpayers' money.).

Knowing Your Audience

eLearning Weekly

entering a delivery order in PeopleSoft). In the next few weeks, I will be transitioning to a new job where I will be designing, developing, and implementing learning solutions. This is pretty similar to my current position, but my audience is changing drastically. At my current job, my audience consists of everyday working people. They often don’t have much experience with technology, and most of the training revolves around system tasks (ex. At my new job, my audience will be highly-technical, highly-educated professionals (ex. iPods, smartphones). Am I missing anything?

I'm not yet Captivated by Lectora

Learning Developments

I'm putting together a self-paced web-based training course for how to order textbooks using a PeopleSoft application. I'm using Lectora to develop a SCORM package that will eventually be imported and used in the LMS. The course will contain several simulations I am creating in Captivate 3. So far I've found Lectora to be a good course development tool. There is definitely room for improvement but it is meeting my needs right now. The problem I am facing now is how to communicate with the flash objects I use in Lectora. For now, I'm focusing on the Captivate integration.

LMS Market – An inside scoop

eLearning 24-7

good portion of LMSs can integrate or interface with ERP solutions, such as SAP, Peoplesoft, Oracle and integrate with HRIS systems. Today, I was going to discuss how to market your LMS to your employees, but instead wish to focus on a common question, I often receive about LMS vendors.  Specifically, the inside scoop. Here is some insight into the market (just a tad), some of which you may know, others which you may not. One additional word, as many of you may know, I have launched my “Secret LMS Shopper&# program which will provide an unbiased review of a LMS/LCMS vendor, incl.

Invite or Seduce?

The Learning Circuits

Dan Klein, the former VP of PeopleSoft's Education Department, once told me that "We need to invite the learner into the learning." His statement reminded me of another one I heard at a TechLearn conference years before. Invite is direct. Seduction is more subtle. think about the Sickle Cell Anemia program developed by Roger Schank that I was seduced into. So which is it? Or "Who cares!

Something is Going on Down there in the LMS Market

eLearning 24-7

They are an ERP system founded by the guy who started Peoplesoft and then eventually sold it to Oracle. Even if you are not in the TM market, but you pitch that your system integrates well with ERP systems, such as SAP, Oracle and Peoplesoft, I would want to start having meetings internally on Workday.  In the movie Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room , one of the opening shots shows the skyline of Houston from above. As the camera goes over the buildings, a series of voices say, “something is going on down there&# , well in the LMS world; something is going on down there.

Something is Going on Down there in the LMS Market

eLearning 24-7

They are an ERP system founded by the guy who started Peoplesoft and then eventually sold it to Oracle. Even if you are not in the TM market, but you pitch that your system integrates well with ERP systems, such as SAP, Oracle and Peoplesoft, I would want to start having meetings internally on Workday.  In the movie Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room , one of the opening shots shows the skyline of Houston from above. As the camera goes over the buildings, a series of voices say, “something is going on down there&# , well in the LMS world; something is going on down there.

Learning Developments: I'm not yet Captivated by Lectora

Learning Developments

Jan 13, 2009 Im not yet Captivated by Lectora Im putting together a self-paced web-based training course for how to order textbooks using a PeopleSoft application. Learning Developments Thoughts and issues related to the development of eLearning content and general eLearning issues with an occasional diversion here or there. Im using Lectora to develop a SCORM package that will eventually be imported and used in the LMS. The course will contain several simulations I am creating in Captivate 3. So far Ive found Lectora to be a good course development tool. need some documentation on this.

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Top 10 LMS/LCMS Trends and Forecasts

eLearning 24-7

Toss in the integration of ERP solutions (Peoplesoft, Oracle, SAP, Workday) and HRIS systems into the mix and you will see why this is  growing. Here are the top 10 trends that I have seen taking place in the industry, as well as a few forecasts.  They are in no particular order.  The trends apply to both LMS/LCMS vendors. 1. Extended Enterprise -  Vendors are expanding into the wholesaler/reseller/affiliates/sales agent sector with their solutions. The note of interest is that it is occurring with all size of vendors, albeit the charge is being led by mid size vendors. Global markets.