The Lonely Training Needs Assessment

Learning Rebels

What is it about a training needs assessment that makes learning professionals panic? I’ve written many times, on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and on this website about the importance of asking the right questions at the right time. Training Needs Assessment Book Giveaway.

Assessment Overkill

Your Training Edge

In this article, I would focus the topic that has been quite debatable historically around the neck of training and development, i.e. assessment. Assessment in the world of corporate training has become complicated because of certain factors.

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Review of Linkedin Learning

eLearning 24-7

At the “Linkedin Learning” booth no less. Once the individual found out that I wrote a blog, the wanted to clarify that it was not “Linkedin’s view’ the future of learning is AICC, rather it was their own personal view. Linkedin Learning.

Review of Linkedin Learning

eLearning 24-7

At the “Linkedin Learning” booth no less. Once the individual found out that I wrote a blog, the wanted to clarify that it was not “Linkedin’s view’ the future of learning is AICC, rather it was their own personal view. Linkedin Learning.

12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

and Auto-Translation3 Give Your Video Content New Value4 Question Time: Make Assessments Interesting5 Customizable Themes: Great Design Made Easy6 Learning that Looks Great, No Matter. At LinkedIn, for example, the L&D team gathered success stories from across the.

How to MOOC: Meaningful Assessment Through Real-World Problem Solving

Your Training Edge

This article focuses on a topic that has historically been an albatross around the neck of training and development: assessment. Assessment in corporate training is complicated by a couple of factors. To start with, MOOCs are changing the place of assessment in courses in general.

Building a Learning Ecosystem? – Here Is a Readiness Assessment Methodology

Living in Learning

Learning Ecosystems Learning Readiness Assessment learning @ point of work learning at point of work learning continuum learning readiness assessment LinkedInTo some, the words “learning ecosystem” may smack of jargon, or at a minimum, offer a veiled attempt to spin an old tale by attaching a new title. Not so. Google “learning ecosystems” and prepare to wade through over 12 million returns.

Is It Time to Assess Your eLearning Course Audience?

Association eLearning

Maybe it’s time to assess your eLearning course audience. So, when your courses aren’t selling like they used to, it’s time to evaluate your marketing segmentation and assess your eLearning course audience. Share this on LinkedIn. You’re offering courses online.

Training Reboot: Assessing Your Company’s MOOC Readiness

Your Training Edge

Rolling out new training initiatives is always challenging, and it’s important to assess the climate in your organization to ensure it is up to the challenge. Have you clearly defined the goals of the training and how employees will be assessed? Your training programs need a reboot.

How to MOOC: Meaningful Assessment Through Real-World Problem Solving

Your Training Edge

This article focuses on a topic that has historically been an albatross around the neck of training and development: assessment. Assessment in corporate training is complicated by a couple of factors. The result has been an overabundance of objective testing methods that assess information recall but little else. The second complicating factor is even more troubling: many organizations don’t assess employee learning at all.

How To Use Certification For eLearning Assessment

LearnUpon

Examination is useful for for assessing how learners are progressing through their courses and helping you to meet compliance requirements. Learners can add awarded certificates to their LinkedIn profile or tweet about completed courses.

Blogs, Social Networks and LinkedIn Answers

Clark Quinn

The question was: What is your assessment of the relative benefits of pure blogging vs LinkedIn Answers and other social networking platform-based discussion venues? I consider LinkedIn Answers to be quite a different animal. The way I use LinkedIn Answers is to ask specific questions (never open ended or partially thought out the way I do in a blog) that I want to get specific answers or find people with expertise who I can't seem to find by searching LinkedIn normally.

Role of a Learning Consultant: Insightful discussion imported from LinkedIn

ID Reflections

I am copying a discussion we have been having on LinkedIn as a part of the Training&Development group. The discussion that evolved has been one of the most insightful for me and I thought it should be shared with those who may not at present be a part of the T&D group on LinkedIn. During this time period, the methods for assessing the learning activities should be developed and put into place.

Blogs, Social Networks and LinkedIn Answers

Tony Karrer

The question was: What is your assessment of the relative benefits of pure blogging vs LinkedIn Answers and other social networking platform-based discussion venues? I consider LinkedIn Answers to be quite a different animal. The way I use LinkedIn Answers is to ask specific questions (never open ended or partially thought out the way I do in a blog) that I want to get specific answers or find people with expertise who I can't seem to find by searching LinkedIn normally.

Assembling the Performance Support Strategy Puzzle

Living in Learning

Continuous Learning EPSS Learning Ecosystems Learning Readiness Assessment PDR Learning Continuum Performer Support Sustained Capability Assessment L&D strategy learning continuum learning strategy development LinkedIn performance support strategyPerformance Support is a lot more complex than a job aid.

Exploring the Benefits of Performance Management System for Modern Corporates

G-Cube

The new-age performance management software enables organizations to manage workforce performance assessment aligned with diverse business goals. LMS performance assessment performance based assessment performance based learning performance management software performance management system

Myths, Monsters & Performer Support

Living in Learning

EPSS Learning @ the Point of Work Learning Ecosystems Learning Readiness Assessment Performer Support learning strategy LinkedIn performance support performer support PSOTraining as a profession has always sort of been in a “sales” role. Selling the shift from classroom training to on-line e-learning, and then back again as a compromise to protect a draft pick and a player to be named later. We sold sexy flash-based on-line courses. We sold the need for a big honking LMS.

Maximize Your Learning Platform’s Potential With These Integrations

Docebo

Once a learning administrator’s nightmare, learning evaluation methods have advanced and can now offer you clear, data-driven information to assess the quality of your learning materials.

Building a Learning Ecosystem? – Define Readiness First

Living in Learning

Learning Ecosystems Learning Readiness Assessment learning @ point of work learning at point of work learning continuum learning readiness assessment LinkedInTo some, the words “learning ecosystem” may smack of jargon, or at a minimum, offer a veiled attempt to spin an old tale by attaching a new title. Not so. Google “learning ecosystems” and prepare to wade through over 12 million returns.

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Nuts and Bolts: Assessing the Value of Online Interactions by Jane Bozarth

Learning Solutions Magazine

There is no magic formula for assessing the value of social interactions; no formula like “two hours on LinkedIn + four comments in groups = tangible outcomes for the organization.”

Know Thy Culture

The Performance Improvement Blog

Assessing the culture of an organization by asking tough questions and being willing to hear the answers is the basis for significant organizational improvement. If Linkedin has truly been able to create and maintain that kind of culture given its growth, I'm very impressed.

How L&D Is Earning Its Seat at the Table

CLO Magazine

According to LinkedIn’s “2019 Workplace Learning Report,” talent development is moving from the periphery to the core of business strategy, with 82 percent of learning and development professionals now reporting that corporate leaders actively support their programs. L&D leaders are doubling down on the assessment and mapping of skills gaps across and within their businesses. Strategy Talent Management LinkedIn 2019 Workplace Learning Report LinkedIn Learning skills gap

Point-of-Work: Measuring Impact (Evidence)

Living in Learning

This post is in response to a question posed on the POINT-of-WORK Performance Support Solutions networking group on LinkedIn by Rebecca Everett. point of work Point of Work Assessment Sustained Capability #ROI #Pointofwork #ImpactFeel free to join in the exchange by joining the group. Question: Hi all, and thanks Gary for the opening question. I’ve got two wishes; first is measuring impact, second is scalability. Both seem costly.

The Most PROVOCATIVE Shout-Outs From Today’s Learning Innovators

Learnnovators

A twitter follower stated a good point though, saying that there is a disarray in e-learning and for the most part, I think he is right. ” – Craig Weiss in his LinkedIn post here. “ QUOTE: “ The future belongs to those who not only have the courage to shout, “The emperor has no clothes!”

Assessing the Value of Online Interactions

bozarthzone

I can’t tell you that my spending x hours on LinkedIn and tweeting y times per day will get you the result I got in the example above. In looking for value in online interactions, try to get past the idea of a magic metric. I can tell you that my choice of when, with whom, and how to engage is what helped drive that result. For more, including an overview of a new framework from Wenger et al, see: [link

How MOOCs Can Solve Common Training Problems

Your Training Edge

Seat time is not a valid assessment of learning. Despite the fact that these types of assessments don’t measure learning, they are the most frequently used methods of evaluation in many training programs. Inadequate assessments lead to third major issues.

Video Editing? Not my yob, Mon!

Living in Learning

I think any training organization needs to assess whether it is indeed a knee-jerk or a reality startle moment. Tags: Continuous Learning Rants & Ramblings Video Learning LinkedIn Video in learning video readiness "Whoa.Mon.maybe it should be." But then I ask myself - "Self, is that a knee-jerk reaction I alone hold as truth?

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MOOCs Aren’t Interactive, So There’s No Real Learning Taking Place

Your Training Edge

Corporate training often suffers from a lack of meaningful assessment. This is not an exhaustive list, but it does represent the myriad ways MOOCs can be interactive, from content delivery to assessment, and beyond. Learn more about Bryant at LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/bryantnielson.

Strategies for Making the Transition from Instructor-Led Training to a MOOC

Your Training Edge

Create active assessments, and plenty of them. One general feature of MOOCs is that they have more assessments than ILT or traditional elearning, and those assessments are more learner-centered. Learn more about Bryant at LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/bryantnielson.

The Four Stages of Learning

Association eLearning

Share this on LinkedIn. I recently had an interesting conversation about life and how life lessons occur in stages. We compared it to learning to ride a bike. It was so difficult to learn, yet now you find it so easy you’ve forgotten how you learned it in the first place.

ILT…Is It Still the Gold Standard?

Your Training Edge

This is largely due to a lack of adequate assessment for training in general—happy sheets don’t reveal anything about what people have actually learned, and the summative multiple-choice tests typical of elearning aren’t much better. Assessments are built into the learning framework.

Instructor Led Training…Is It Still the Gold Standard?

Your Training Edge

This is largely due to a lack of adequate assessment for training in general—happy sheets don’t reveal anything about what people have actually learned, and the summative multiple-choice tests typical of elearning aren’t much better. Assessments are built into the learning framework.

ID and E-Learning Links (6/26/2016)

Experiencing eLearning

How to Conduct a Lightning Fast Needs Assessment Clients Will Love. About 7 questions for needs assessment, starting with “What is the problem?” A simple way to initially assess the scope is by asking, “How big is the problem in measurable terms?”

Why Your Existing E-Learning is Failing, and How MOOCs Can Help

Your Training Edge

They use summative rather than formative assessments. The second problem is that this type of assessment doesnt translate into or measure real learning. Learn more about Bryant at LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/bryantnielson.

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5 Simple Moves to Become a More Successful Leader

Learnloft

My company LearnLoft’s research for over 40,000 leaders for our EO Assessment to which set out to identify what the bests and worst leaders do and don’t do, has shown the number one thing leaders do poorly is asking their people for feedback about how they are doing.