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Even learning is miscellaneous

Clive on Learning

Take blended learning for example. If you want to create a formal, top-down learning intervention (yes, this is still the norm) and you're open minded about how it should be delivered (less normal), then in most organisations you're stuck. Do you take it to the main l&d department, where every solution involves a classroom, or do you venture into the e-learning area, where technology is the hammer and every training requirement is a nail?