Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Blogging & Boundaries in the Professional Sphere

Learning Visions

Thursday, March 29, 2007 Blogging & Boundaries in the Professional Sphere Karyn Romeis recent post echoed stuff thats been rolling around in my mind about blogging, professionalism, sharing, confidentiality, roles, boundaries, etc. This brings up issues of confidentiality: not wanting to give away our secrets; not wanting to lose competitive advantage. I would see no difficulty in sharing ideas with your contact, while maintaining client confidentiality.

Blockchain Impacts on Medical Care

Your Training Edge

This is the blockchain week on yourtrainingedge.com [1] and this article views the technology in terms of healthcare or medical care sector. Data access is preventing the adoption, not technology nor even patient behavior.

The Switch

Melon Learning

To top it all off, part of the product training had to happen at the very last moment to avoid confidentiality issues. This time around though that was not an option, part because of the confidentiality issues and part because of the tight deadline.

A Conversation with Warren Apel, Co-founder of Scholastico

Kapp Notes

I recently connected with Warren Apel, an internationally-recognized leader in educational technology. As an Apple Distinguished Educator and Google Certified Innovator, he has given presentations, workshops and keynotes on educational technology at conferences around the world.

A Taxing Time for Supplier Relationships

Training Industry

The training suppler brings to these reviews any insights and suggestions based on their industry best practices, and/or any new innovation programs and processes. Of course, you want the training supplier to adapt to your organizational culture and any compliance criteria, but you don’t want to be so prescriptive as to stifle the training partner’s innovative ideas. With tax season behind us, it’s a good reminder to review our key training supplier relationships.

6 Benefits of Outsourcing E-learning

CommLab India

But companies turn apprehensive when considering outsourcing in terms of reliability of the vendor in meeting deadlines, maintaining the confidentiality of information, working relationship, and the communication methods.

In a World of Info Overflow, Embrace Lean Learning

CLO Magazine

The Lean Learning Playbook Lean learning can be implemented in several ways, including at the point of need via technology. Examples in Innovative Education Many companies are experimenting with the lean model. A large credit union that requested confidentiality struggled to help its call-center staff gain a confident understanding of the breadth and depth of the organization’s mortgage services.

How to Become a Learning Organization (An Interview with Michelle Ockers)

Convergence Training

And so, for instance, Polaroid had a blind spot to digital video technology. And here in Australia, there’s a bank called ING, who are asking its staff and leaders to think more like technology companies than like a bank. So, what do we need to do to innovate and to improve?

Free L&D webinars for April 2018

Limestone Learning

But right now, a quick YouTube search turns up 815,000 videos for “internal meeting,” 310,000 more for “product roadmap,” and 168,000 for “confidential training.” How technology can provide a foundation for personalizing the experience at scale.

Apple’s Secret Training Ground

CLO Magazine

For starters, innovation can be sensitive information for some companies, which is why many technology companies like Apple shield their internal process from public view. Even information regarding learning and development can be kept confidential among team members, Bersin said. And although external input from a partnership can really help innovation, it’s a tough thing to do.

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New Providers of Data Collection and Analysis of Online Job Ads in Real-Time May be Helping Community Colleges Create Better Curricula

Training Industry

As noted on its website, “Credentials that Work seeks to utilize innovations in the collection and use of real-time labor market information to better align investments in education and training with the needs of the economy. In addition, it is sponsoring a pilot of ten participating community colleges that are experimenting with the services and products - driven by new technologies – which these data producers provide.

Free L&D webinars for May 2018

Limestone Learning

Wednesday, May 2, 2018, 9AM – 10AM PT: Mobile Learning: When Learning Games Go Small Mobile gaming is exploding in popularity, faster than any other learning technology. Discussion topics include: The L&D technology landscape. Continuous learning technologies.