What Agile Means to Me

ID Reflections

The very environment and processes—pair programming, TDD, retrospectives, continuous integration, whatever else you will—support continuous feedback, one of the keys to learning. I think of these as bunkos where a “ bunko” means - “to make a mistake from which the benefits of what you learned exceed the costs of the screw-up” as described in The Adventures of Johnny Bunko. Expertise KM learning Agile Workplace LearningI complete exactly 3 months at ThoughtWorks today.

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Projects are how we change the world.and ourselves.

ID Reflections

From a comment on the post, Defining KM , by Dave Snowden Though the post is on Knowledge Management--and a tiny gem of a post it is--it was this comment that drew my attention because of a recently completed project. It saves the client and the project team some anxiety about time and cost.

What are your options when creating multilingual training courses?

Matrix

million kilometers — and people are seriously considering this journey — then the distance of 19,996 Km between Rosario, Argentina and Xinghua, China (the world’s farthest-apart city pair ) is a joke. What are your options when creating multilingual training courses?

Workplace Learning Professionals Next Job - Management Consultant

Tony Karrer

redeploying training staff as mentors, coaches, and facilitators who work on improving core business processes, strengthening relationships with customers, and cutting costs. Learning professionals can weed through the nice to haves and create a program that best meets the needs of the business and the learner. L&D and KM share something simple: an interest in improving the performance of an organisation through increased capability.

How to Make The SAAS Decision

CLO Magazine

Companies have much to consider when evaluating whether to buy software as a service for their learning management needs, including cost, user functionality, security and how to troubleshoot problems. SaaS and cloud applications have many benefits: fast implementations, easy access, no hardware to buy or maintain and low startup costs. Importantly, when we improve quality and safety, we reduce costs. ” K.M.

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Top Posts from August - Augmented Reality - Social Learning

eLearning Learning Posts

Evaluating Non-Formal Learning Programs – Table of Links - The E-Learning Curve , August 5, 2010 To wrap up this series of posts on the E-Learning Curve Blog, here is the complete table of links to each post in the series ‘Evaluating Non-Formal Learning.’ ’ Evaluating Non-Formal Learning Programs – Table of Links is a post from: E-Learning Curve Blog. Knowledge Management vs. Knowledge Creation - The Peformance Improvement Blog , August 4, 2010 Is KM dead?