Work Out Loud – Don’t Just Share What You Did

Nick Leffler

Another great example is Atlassian who collects data and talks directly from customers while giving them a view of the products and modifications they’re developing. Enterprise Learning Atlassian Buffer Enterprise Social Network Enterprise Software Social Udemy WOL Work Out Loud Today is the final day of my four-day journey to cover my thoughts on this week’s topics for the online cMOOC Exploring Innovations in Networked Work and Learning.

No-Nonsense Employee Training: The Best Articles of This Week

Pract.us

How Atlassian Implemented a Culture of Innovation and Continuous Improvement. This article describes very clearly the steps that Atlassian took and even provides a link to their “playbook,” a set of principles that guide their operational processes.

Developing Learning Objects in a Team

Raptivity

As a thumb-rule, when there are more than 3 people involved, tools like Jira (Atlassian) or Quickbase (Intuit), come really handy for the revision/approval processes. A lot of instructional designers work in a team, but many of them also work independently.

eLearning Host List February

Tony Karrer

Using various social signals we came up with the following as being the hot items during February 2009 via eLearning Learning. You can find a bit more on this capability in the post Hot List. Enjoy. Top Posts and other Items The ‘Least Assistance’ Principle eLearning is not the answer Multi-Generational Learning in the Workplace Here’s How I Built That PowerPoint E-Learning Template Informal learning - what is it? What Goes in the LMS?

The 2-Word HR Lesson United Airlines Taught Us

Training Industry

Look at the large SaaS companies that have gone public in the last five years – including Box, Atlassian, Twilio and Coupa Software. United Airlines had a challenging week. First, a video went viral of a passenger being dragged off the plane. CEO Oscar Munoz apologized for “having to re-accommodate. customers.” Then, in the face of a looming lawsuit, he issued multiple additional apologies.

Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

Last week I presented a session at ASTD TechKnowledge entitled eLearning 2.0 - Applications and Implications. It could just as easily have been called Web 2.0 Applications in Learning. It was designed to be a small to medium size group discussion, but because the room was large it was very challenging to do that successfully. I discussed a bit of these issues in First Thoughts After ASTD Sessions.

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