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Vision 2016 - An Interview with Todd Kasenberg

Raptivity

With career stints in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors, Todd brings years of experience and expertise in group processes, adult learning, online learning and marketing communications. More about Todd here: [link] Below are excerpts from the interview: What are some of the key eLearning trends that you think would surface, or pick up, in 2016? And the magic bullet for program review of alphas and betas would be awesome, since I’ve struggled with this for years.

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Limestone Learning

This webcast will clear up some of the confusion and provide a window into how coaching can help, and explore how to build an effective coaching culture in your organization. Metrics that will evaluate program success. Lack of expertise. What about mash-ups?

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What Can You Expect in 2013?

CLO Magazine

According to a 2011 Forrester Research report, “Informal Learning Garners Acceptance as a Legitimate Learning Approach,” 76 million millennials will make up 47 percent of the 2014 workforce and will soon become middle managers. C-suite positions will also draw from an additional 46 million Gen Xers. Collaborative learning also can be informal discussion groups in Yammer, rating content on SharePoint or mashing up a video.

ARTICULATE NON EST REX – 3 REASONS HIGHER ORDER LEARNING IS BEYOND THE MOAT

Wonderful Brain

What I call ‘low-level’ elearning is the product of 3 conditions; the desire to move content to delivery as fast as possible, using the most basic software tools from which this can be accomplished, and lastly if something important is being tee’d up online but the development tool isn’t up to the task, the organization puts up fierce resistance to deliver learning in a different medium.