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Profile of a learning architect: Dick Moore

Clive on Learning

Throughout my book The New Learning Architect I take time out to look at real-life examples of learning architects in action. In this final profile, w e look at the work of a learning architect who has worked within what is very much a top-down learning environment and on a very large scale.

Through the 70:20:10 Looking Glass

Performance Learning Productivity

This is the second of three posts adapted from articles written for Inside Learning Technologies & Skills magazine. The original has been published here. The third article will be posted here a little while after it has been published in the magazine for the Learning Technologies Conference and Exhibition in London 26-27 January 2012. In the first

50 Posts and Articles that Made Me Think in 2011

ID Reflections

Inspired by JaneHart’s Top100 Articles of 2011 , I thought I should put down at least the top 50 thathas made me reflect and ponder in the past one year, has changed the way I dothings and shaped quite a bit of my work-life decisions. Not all the posts havebeen written in 2011, but since I either stumbled across them in 2011 or readthem with greater appreciation this year, I thought it fair to include these inthe list.

Contexts and Choices: Learning Strategies in 2012 by Bill Brandon

Learning Solutions Magazine

In 2012, without a learning strategy (whether for their organizations or for themselves) and without. a development strategy, professionals in the learning business (training, education, or what-have- you) will be seriously challenged by the most fundamental decisions. The key to strategy is context.

Building a Business Case for Customer Training

Looking to expand your customer training program? Your executive team will likely have some concerns. Download this guide to learn how to prove the value of training and tackle objections head-on.

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2011: My year in blog posts, presentations and other resources

Jane Hart

This is my second blog post reviewing 2011. Today, I take a look at some the key moments of my own year in terms of resources, blog posts and presentations I have produced. January. In January I published my Social Learning Handbook (both as a paperback and a PDF).

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A Year of “The Performance Improvement Blog” in Review

The Peformance Improvement

It’s that time of year again. It seems like everyone has their top this or top that from 2011. Not to be left out, I thought I would do a little year-end reflecting of my own. Throughout 2011, I used this blog to shed some light on critical leadership and management issues.

Does Slide Count Matter?

eLearning Brothers

I recently read a great blog post by Articulates Tom Kuhlmann, titled Here’s Why Slide Count is Irrelevant to Your E-Learning Course. In the post he mentions the following key points: Screen count does not matter to the elearner…what matters, is the interaction built into the course. Do not auto-advance the slides in your course. Some people are fast readers, some are not, and some want to review the slide information before progressing through the course. Give the control to the learner!