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CLO Competencies: The Path for Future Learning Leaders

CLO Magazine

This From the Vault article was originally published on CLOmedia.com in July 2006. That very question was asked in a recent survey by Chief Learning Officer magazine of executives who are members of its Business Intelligence Board. While implementing these general management projects, were these future learning executives able to anticipate issues, determine the right data and associated metrics, predict outcomes, and recognize key trends and patterns?

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How microlearning can result in deep learning

Ed App

Content that is tedious and doesn’t hold consistent relevance is notoriously low ROI. One of the simplest ways to raise the ROI of face-to-face learning interactions is to use a microlearning component as a primer. 2 In single-loop learning, we typically approach challenges and new ideas repeating the same patterns of the past with little critical scrutiny. Harvard Business Review, September-October 1977, pp. 2006).

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6 Training Trends for 2018 (and 3 you’re still not doing right)

Unboxed

Instead, it’s about being a critical thinker, a motivated learner and an effective collaborator to further the business. ”. Instead, it’s about being a critical thinker, a motivated learner and an effective collaborator to further the business.”. Google lists 400,000+ results per search, YouTube automatically plays related videos, and Netflix suggests 97% content matches based on viewing pattern algorithms. Business demands will soon make it a requirement.

Effective Learning – Musings from the UnConference

Learning Cafe

The second concerned better understanding a client (business unit for example) requirements. Not all participants at the Session were familiar with the Kirkpatrick Model (4 levels – Reaction; Learning; Application; Impact) of Evaluation, or the 5th level (ROI) discussed by Phillips and the 6th (Sustainability) and 7th (Sharing the Benefits) levels put by Rylatt. Zamarian, L; Siedentopf, C; Koppelstätter, F; Benke, T; Felber, S; Delazer, M (2006).