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FocusOn Learning 2016 Presents “Microlearning: The Ideal Partner for Mobile”


Previously, he was a solutions managing director at Slalom Consulting in Atlanta, Georgia, where he led the charge to build out its technology practice. Bryan Austin is a vice president of learning innovation at mLevel, which he joined in fall 2015. He was a member of the leadership teams for Skillsoft, NETg, Kaplan Financial, and AchieveGlobal, among others.

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Top Learning Systems Trends – A 2019 Extended Enterprise Market Guide

Talented Learning

Our trends lists reflect how learning systems buyers are actually driving innovation with their dollars! As 2019 begins, 762 vendors are on our learning systems radar – and new innovators are entering the fray all the time. Kaplan acquired i-Human Patients. Advanced innovation includes true LCMS/CMS capabilities that allow use and reuse of asset libraries (media, snippets, content, lessons, pages – any content) across the platform. #13


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ROI and L&D: What Trainers Need to Know About Operational Results

Bottom-Line Performance

For a training professional or a “performance consultant” to design and develop solutions capable of producing business impact, they need a basic understanding of what it takes to run a profitable business and how a solution might support growth strategies. So, if I were consulted on what topics should matter most to L&D professionals, I’d start by saying “business knowledge.” Rober Kaplan and David Norton. product leadership?

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Top L&D books for ambitious learning leaders in 2020


The Leadership Pipeline, Charan, Noel, and Drotter. Recommended by David Defilippo, Principal, DeFilippo Leadership – Episode 13. Recommended by Nick Shackleton-Jones, Director Learning & Performance Innovation, PA Consulting – Episode 6.

Top tips from industry experts to maximize learning success in 2020


These are the types of questions we ask of ourselves all the time, and with the Learning at Large podcast we started asking them of other people too: consultants to CLOs, HR leaders to CEOs. Local leadership has to support this too.”.

Can You Teach Diversity and Inclusion?

CLO Magazine

For diversity and inclusion training to stick, it needs support, reinforcement and a firm foundation in a broader talent management strategy that includes culture, leadership and learning and development. Or, as Giovanna Ramazzina, head of LPD — leadership and professional development — for international education-company Kaplan said, teaching diversity and inclusion requires a growth mindset rather than a quick mindset approach. “It Training alone is rarely enough.

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Top Chief Learning Officer Conferences of 2019


Since new innovations and technologies happen daily, this conference will get you up to speed on what these are. John, Human Capital Media; Jon Kaplan, Discover Financial Services, Mike Prokopeak, Chief Learning Officer Magazine; Nicole Hajdrowski, US Foods, and Skip Marshall, DXC Technologies. The format for this year’s agenda kicks off with two pre-show workshops on internal consulting and strategic planning. HCI Learning & Leadership Development Conference.

A Conversation with Bryan Austin of mLevel

Kapp Notes

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Bryan Austin, mLevel’s Vice President of Learning Innovation. Bryan has had a distinguished career in corporate Learning & Development, including leadership roles with Skillsoft, Kaplan, AchieveGlobal and NETg. The company has also won innovation awards for the way we’ve reinvented learning development. This is where the innovation and magic happens!

When the Boss Needs People Skills

CLO Magazine

By shifting an organization’s hiring and promotion to focus on candidates with higher emotional intelligence, organizations can increase staff morale and become more effective, innovative and profitable. Given that history is full of examples of failed leaders who match the stereotypical description of a bad manager — incompetent, manipulative and arrogant — organizations have habituated to the idea that managers have no real talent for leadership, and rightly so.