Don’t waste your budget on a magic bullet

From the Coleface

I never practiced much between lessons so fairly soon my playing standard plateaued (over 80% of my playing time was actually in violin lessons). My increasingly exasperated violin teacher told me that he could not make me good at the violin, but that he could teach me how to practice effectively so that I might become good. In October’s TJ, Tim Drewitt wrote an interesting article about the transfer of learning in the workplace.

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Free L&D webinars for July 2019

Limestone Learning

Lisa has more than 25 years of progressive experience building effective people programs in high profile companies across industries, including Consumer Goods, Publishing, High-Tech, and Healthcare. You’ll learn about topics such as: Research behind how EI enhances coaching effectiveness.

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Should you use MOOCs over other forms of corporate trainings?

Your Training Edge

When MOOCs start gaining ground in the corporate sphere with a lot of content being generated, this could be a cost effective option for your company. Tighter training budget. Our workforce today is friendly to new technologies and new innovations.

Using Video in Training: Should You or Shouldn’t You?

The Learning Dispatch

Not only is video popular, there’s a lot of evidence that they’re an effective addition to your training program. What’s lacking is evidence that shows what kinds of videos are effective in learning—that is, result in measurable change in behavior.

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My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

mLearning Trends

Part of this trend is less about the tablet being a better form factor than a smartphone but more about the tablet being a more practical and cost effective alternative to a standard issue laptop.

2015 Talented Learning LMS Vendor Award Recipients

Talented Learning

SAP acquired SuccessFactors who had acquired Plateau. The good news is there is an LMS for every need, industry and budget. The bad news is there is an LMS for every need, industry and budget. Learning management systems didn’t die. They evolved, and today we recognize them.