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Impact On Business, or Impact On Writing?

There Is No Chalk

I just received the latest issue of CLO magazine today, and one of the stories that caught my attention from the front cover was the one by Timothy Hill of Blackboard, Inc., Tags: ROI CLO perforamance business metrics entitled Measure Smart: Trade ROI for IOB (it's in NXT book format). After reading it, I must confess I'm not sure what the hubbub is about.Before I go further let me reveal that I am currently pursuing my ROI certification.

IOB as Replacement for ROI?

There Is No Chalk

In the latest issue of CLO magazine, one of the stories that caught my attention from the front cover was the one by Timothy Hill of Blackboard, Inc., Tags: performance ROI mance CLO business metrics entitled Measure Smart: Trade ROI for IOB (it's in NXT book format). After reading it, I must confess I'm not sure what the hubbub is about. Have I missed the point?Before Before I go further let me reveal that I am currently pursuing my ROI certification.

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ROI vs. IOB Update

There Is No Chalk

So back in August I had posted about Timothy Hill's article on Impact On Business, or IOB. The primary thrust of the article was that CLOs require a means that can show how interventions - primarily training - impact business metrics. Tags: ROI CLO IOB Impact results business metrics business Blackboard This is certainly no small issue in workplace learning and performance.

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LearnTrends Audacity and More - Best of eLearning Learning September 2009

eLearning Learning Posts

September 2009. Metrics for the Modern CLO: How to Measure Formal and Informal Learning. Thursday, October 08, 2009. Tuesday, October 13, 2009. Wednesday, October 14, 2009. Thursday, October 15, 2009. I Finally Get It – Why Social Networking is So Important - Engaged Learning , September 29, 2009. Flash Accessibility (508 Compliance) - MinuteBio , September 13, 2009. eLearning Strategy - eLearning Technology , September 14, 2009.

Reflecting on the first half of 2009

Jay Cross

I’m going to reflect on what I’ve been up to in 2009 thus far. Winter 2009. Articles: Get Out of the Training Business. Any remaining training staff will become mentors, coaches and facilitators who work on improving core business processes, strengthening relationships with customers and cutting costs. Learning is woven into the fabric of every modern business. Spring 2009. Metrics. The scope of the job of the CLO is mushrooming.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Building Measurement into Our Training-Development Process

Learning Visions

Friday, February 06, 2009 Building Measurement into Our Training-Development Process Another lunchtime webinosh with Dr. Will Thalheimer. Guest speaker today is Roy Pollock, CLO of Fort Hill Company. Roy takes business line; Will takes the professional learning side.

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LearnTrends - Sound - Best of eLearning Learning

eLearning Learning Posts

September 18, 2009 to September 25, 2009. Metrics for the Modern CLO: How to Measure Formal and Informal Learning. Thursday, October 08, 2009. Tuesday, October 13, 2009. Thursday, October 15, 2009. LearnTrends 2009 – Free Online Conference - eLearning Technology , September 21, 2009. Presentation: Fear and Loathing in Social Media - Dont Waste Your Time , September 19, 2009. Learning Visions , September 21, 2009.

Building Measurement into Our Training-Development Process

Learning Visions

Guest speaker today is Roy Pollock, CLO of Fort Hill Company. Roy takes business line; Will takes the professional learning side. Measuring Learning 3 Reasons to Measure Learning Prove Benefits Support Learning (testing is a useful learning strategy that helps people retain info) Improve Design Outcomes Planning Wheel (Roy's model) What business need(s) will be met? Roy : "If I'm a business leader, I really need to know if training is working in order to invest $$."

Web 2.0 and Change Present Challenges to Many Learning Executives

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Chief learning officers (CLO s) are dealing with organizations the same way they did 25 years ago—focusing on full-time employees. But businesses are becoming networks. CLO s are going to need to understand that and do something about it. Businesses are becoming networks.

The future is people, not technology

Jay Cross

CLO magazine, June 2009. My last column in CLO called for the abolition of corporate training departments. Tags: Business learning More Human Than Human. Column on Effectiveness, by Jay Cross. The future is people, not technology.

Come Together

Jay Cross

Collaboration gets things done and is the most powerful learning tool in the CLO’s playbook. At the Fall 2009 Chief Learning Officer Symposium, Rebecca Ray, senior vice president of global talent management and development for MasterCard, shared information from yet another survey.

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New skills for learning professionals

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Last month I opened the IADIS eLearning 2009 Conference in Portugal with an address on Redefining Instructional Design. We addressed this question at the April 2009 Learntrends event. the ability to ‘speak business’. This month’s big question asks, “In a Learning 2.0

LearnTrends: Backchannel

Jay Cross

Amy Graff: I teach students going into business (online). Holly MacDonald: We need to talk about outcomes and business results within our orgs/with clients, not focus on "how" - that is stuff that we talk about with each other. What is distracting CLO's from taking ownership of it?

Curated Insights: The Human Side of Extracting Business Value from Information

CLO Magazine

For decades, employees have attempted to collect and sort information, and management has sought to derive associated quantitative business value — largely to no avail. Big data and business intelligence are not enough. To succeed in business, we must do better than consume content.

More rogue.

Janet Clarey

Back in 2005, Stephen Downes had some comments on formalizing informal learning based on a CLO article. Of course, this [ the writers had said that informal learning needs to be integrated into formal learning in the sense that it should be tied to measurable performance metrics] isn’t the point of informal learning at all – but I can see the point.

How to Build Executive Alliances

CLO Magazine

In my mind, while this had optimized the various organizations — internal departments — it may not have optimized the overall business; all we had was optimized silos. At FedEx it’s a comprehensive look at the people, service and profit side of the business.”.

Fired Over the Phone

CLO Magazine

The article begins “In January 2009, Yahoo!’s There were no written company goals, metrics, quarterly business reviews or analyst meetings. Written company goals, metrics, quarterly business reviews and analyst meetings don’t help if a company is on the verge of firing its CEO over the phone and then radically restructuring itself via mergers and sell-offs. How would you as CLO approach guiding learning in such a high-stakes situation?

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Top 10 eLearning Predictions for 2010

Tony Karrer

Also, before you read these, you might want to go back and look at predictions in the past and how well I did on those predictions: Ten Predictions for eLearning 2008 , 12 eLearning Predictions for 2009. Prediction #1 => Hacking Work At this time last year, I did my series Tool Set 2009.

Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

Success metrics for learning will be based on content access, views, involvement and downloads. In 2008, I talked about how there would be "Continued Scattered Examples and Disappointment" In 2009, I said we would see "Mobile Learning Niche Growth."

First Data Corp.’s David Kuhl: Crowdsourcing Development

CLO Magazine

Turning Lemons Into Lemonade When Kuhl took over as CLO at First Data, it had been nearly a decade since the company had conducted an all-employee survey. We still had business success, but culturally, we had opportunities.” There’s got to be metrics.”

New York Life: Ensuring Permanence and Legacy

CLO Magazine

In June 2009, the same four companies reaffirmed New York Life’s financial strength. ” Michael Molinaro, who became the company’s chief learning officer in July 2009, said the economic collapse reaffirmed the importance of being part of an organization that is not only transparent, but has values that are in line with his own. Second, make sure learning results are measurable and on target with the overall business plan and providing real impact.

Karen Kocher: KISS and Tell at Cigna

CLO Magazine

Sometimes the best thing you can have in business is a big, fat KISS, as in, keep it simple, stupid. Her method of keeping things simple has helped others not only appreciate learning, but also ensured that it has an effect on business. Learning theories have a valuable place within the learning function, not as part of what is discussed and worked on with business and functional groups.”

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