The ROI Disease is Killing L&D

eLearning Alchemy

Then, the VP of HR will walk up to your desk and say: “Can you please tell me what the ROI of this project is? Poke yourself in the eye with a pen, start bleeding profusely, and get taken to emergency to avoid the question; B.) you can and should be producing an ROI figure.

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48 Books Every Aspiring Chief Learning Officer Should Read


Learning & business strategy books (4). Indeed, you’ll get valuable resources like principles of team-based learning design, as well as different models for building business simulations. Thompson has done a tremendous service by penning this book.

Microlearning: How Educators Can Learn From Athletes


Back then our choice to execute this project was a gigantic video camera used mostly by folks in Hollywood, a notebook, pen and a VHS tape recorder/player rounded out the “high tech” tools.

Pick of the Month: July 2012

Jane Hart

Chronicle article explains the business model , reviewed the Coursera approach: “I am certainly not a business person and the people starting this all seem like smart cookies to me. asked Daniel Little in the Huffington Post on 23 July: “Colleges face the revolution that has already hit music and book publishers — the Internet swamps traditional methods of transmission and publication, and whole new consumer experiences and business models are created.

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The Big Question: Stuck? Getting Unstuck.

ID Reflections

In the post, What Clients Want: eLearning Technology , he writes: Stunning: Even after all the hot air expelled ink spilled and electrons excited in the last 10 years regarding how we ought to be measuring business results, nobody is doing it !!!!!!!!!

7 Tips To Create Memorable Online Training Courses


Corporate learners have to deal with busy schedules , distractions, and a variety of other issues that hinder knowledge retention. By doing so, you improve your online training ROI , increase employee productivity , and further the success of your organization.

Brain Rules for Learning: Who Knew? We All Did. | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

I had one business day with each group of 30-40 users. I’m sure you have had the experience of having to remember a phone number for the minute or two it took you to find a pen and paper.

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