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Should We Create Courses or Just Performance Support?

Experiencing eLearning

In my last post, I shared some thoughts about why people need to actually learn and remember things, rather than assuming we can always look them up. This post continues that discussion with the question of whether we should create courses or whether informal learning and performance support are sufficient. Another argument is that while people do need to learn, they can do it all on the job with performance support and coaching.

Embedded Performer Support [EPS] Implies Intentional Design

Living in Learning

The EPS discipline is pushing us [Training] into new territory that expands the scope of our deliverable from a training event transaction to seamless implementation of performer support [PS] assets to be consumed at the point of work. The aggregate of training event assets and activities with PS assets should be designed with the intent to support an ecosystem.

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Selling Performance Support In-House

Living in Learning

Integrating Performance Support (PS) as part of a corporate learning strategy is one of the toughest sales we will ever have to make. Change Leadership Continuous Learning EPSS Learning @ the Point of Work Performer Support Sustained Capability informal learning integrating performance support just in time learning at point of work learning strategy LinkedIn performance support performer support PSO training versus knowledge

Designing a Performance Support Program for a Global BFSI Leader

Infopro Learning

They understand that for real change to occur learning must be a continuous process and in order for that to happen, they need performance support to help facilitate the transfer to learning. Stage 1 Online Learning. Stage 2 Performance Support System.

The relationship between learning and performance support

E-Learning Provocateur

Jane is a renowned advocate of performance support in the workplace, and I wonder what she’ll make of my latest musing. While much of Jane’s work exposes the difference between training and performance support – and implores us to do less of the former in favour of the latter – my post here does not. Instead, I intend to explore the relationship between learning and performance support , with the former considered in its informal context.

Should We Create Courses or Just Performance Support?

Experiencing eLearning

In my last post, I shared some thoughts about why people need to actually learn and remember things, rather than assuming we can always look them up. This post continues that discussion with the question of whether we should create courses or whether informal learning and performance support are sufficient. Another argument is that while people do need to learn, they can do it all on the job with performance support and coaching.

Tin Can & Performer Support – “Just Enough – Just in Time – Just for Me”

Living in Learning

EPSS Performer Support informal learning learning shift LinkedIn performance support performer support SCORM Tin CanHave you ever explained something to someone who is either hearing it for the first time or is still trying to get their head wrapped around the concept? You know how they will nod slowly in seeming agreement while looking off into the ether and saying dreamily, “Yeah…” really, really slowly?”

How Performance Support Apps Are Faring In Today’s Workplaces

Learnnovators

THE QUOTE: “ The incredible expansion of mobile technologies is an important factor that will both drive and support the deployment of workplace learning tools and systems in the area of performance support.” – Charles Jennings (Managing Director, Duntroon Associates, and Founder, 70:20:10 Forum ). Therefore, it is quite natural for these to be touted as one of the best forms of performance support for today’s workplaces.

How to Improve Learning Outcomes With Performance Support

Dashe & Thomson

Given that the goal of instructional designers and training developers is to improve employee performance, it’s surprising that many continue to create blended learning programs with little or no reliance on performance support tools or systems. Fortunately, performance support systems have received more attention in recent years, thanks to a broader trend toward informal learning strategies. Scavenger hunts for information.

The Noise Around Performance Support Is Deafening – Can You Hear It Yet?

Living in Learning

My only hope is that training organizations hear the noise and embrace the implications of new skills and integration of learning @ the point of work before they hear another sound – the firing squad blasting away at their training budget. EPSS Learning @ the Point of Work Performer Support convergence informal learning Learning 3.0 learning at point of work LinkedIn performance support work contextParadigm shift?

HOW PERFORMANCE SUPPORT APPS ARE FARING IN TODAY’S WORKPLACES

Learnnovators

THE QUOTE: “ The incredible expansion of mobile technologies is an important factor that will both drive and support the deployment of workplace learning tools and systems in the area of performance support.” – Charles Jennings (Managing Director, Duntroon Associates, and Founder, 70:20:10 Forum ) The above quote is from our interview with Charles Jennings. How are companies (big and small) around the world leveraging mobile technologies for performance support today?

How Can “Performance Support” Support Your Organization?

Mindflash

Performance support is a way to extend formal training to the job site, reminding learners of how to apply their formal training to get results. Back on the job after training has been completed, performance support systems give learners what they need to know at the exact moment of need. When a learner is about to perform a task previously covered in training, the performance support system serves the purpose of their guardian work-angel, whispering, “Psst.

Performance Support Basics: 3 Lessons on Learning Portals

Bottom-Line Performance

Learning portals are a great example of a learner-centered solution. When designed with learners’ needs in mind, they are an excellent performance support tool. Essentially, a learning portal is an online knowledge sharing tool. It’s a repository of content and information your learners can access anytime, anywhere. A learning portal helps learners locate the information they need quickly. A learning portal organizes all your stuff.

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Is it Percentage or Performance?

Living in Learning

…and I tend to believe that the "environment" defining each organizations’ learning and performance ecosystem is unique. Attempting to put learning and performance support into specific sized boxes is an unnecessary complication. Continuous Learning 70:20:10 EPS EPSS informal learning instructional design ISD performance support

9 Formats of Performance Support Tools (PSTs)

EI Design

Performance Support Tools or PSTs constitute an effective supplement for formal trainings to boost employee performance. From providing just-in-time learning to assisting employees with on-the-job support, Performance Support Tools bring the required agility to corporate trainings. Essentially, Performance Support Tools help in bridging the gap between knowledge acquisition and knowledge application. PSTs and Learning & Perform

Bob Mosher on Informal Learning and Performance Support

Learning Visions

Informal Learning: Are We Missing a HUGE Opportunity? with Bob Mosher of Learning Guide Solutions, presented by Massachusetts Chapter of ISPI and sponsored by Kineo. Training typically ends at the event – how does that help the learner when they get to the point of performance? 3 domains: formal, informal, performance support. performance improvement comes in the before and after. prepare for the performance review you’re about to give).

5 Ways Informal Learning Gets Learners Engaged and Excited

Docebo

Informal learning encourages learning in the flow of work – here are 5 ways to help you make it happen. In fact, those formal learning situations are becoming less of a fixture in L&D as awareness grows around the need to foster and encourage more informal learning opportunities. . A recent report by the Conference Board of Canada found that 62% of learning activity in Canadian workplaces is informal, compared with only 38% formal learning.

Performance Support Basics: 3 Lessons on Learning Portals

Bottom-Line Performance

Learning portals are a great example of a learner-centered solution. When designed with learners’ needs in mind, they are an excellent performance support tool. Essentially, a learning portal is an online knowledge sharing tool. It’s a repository of content and information your learners can access anytime, anywhere. A learning portal helps learners locate the information they need quickly. A learning portal organizes all your stuff.

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What Is Performance Support And Why Should You Use Performance Support Tools?

Adobe Captivate

The 70:20:10 model for Learning and Development clearly establishes the need for L&D teams to focus on informal learning. In this article, I outline the significance of Performance Support Tools (PSTs) and how they can boost learning. Why You Should Use Performance Support Tools. According to the 70:20:10 model for Learning and Development, we learn: 70% from on the job experiences (experiential learning).

Management Support of Training

Integrated Learnings

This article, which talks about management support and reinforcement of training, made me realize that in design of instruction, we often forget about these critical resources that can either be our harshest critics or our greatest partners – managers. Motivating Management Support. So how do we go about ensuring that managers reinforce and support their direct reports in what they learned through the training event, whether it be eLearning or classroom?

Performance Support Tools From Quick Reference Guides To Mobile Apps

Dashe & Thomson

On average, we forget 80% of what has happened, including what we’ve learned, in the past 30 days. of the business time—the equivalent of one day per working week—is wasted by employees searching for information to do their job effectively. Research demonstrates that a significant portion of information learned is quickly forgotten, especially when participating in formal training programs. But, what is Performance Support? "A Learning Portals.

Your Performance Support Doesn't Speak xAPI? 3 Reasons it Should

Ontuitive

And you know that it’s an emerging learning technology standard that facilitates the collection and communication of data related to the wide range of ways in which a learner interacts with formal or informal learning assets. However, at this point, you might be wondering how xAPI is relevant to performance support and workflow learning. In a nutshell, learners go about their business learning stuff from a system like Ontuitive that supports xAPI.

Webinar Summary: Performance Support and the Future of Learning

Axonify

This past Tuesday, we had the pleasure of hearing from a leading Performance Support evangelist, Bob Mosher. When you build your learning solutions, do they teach swimming or do they prevent drowning? Hear the story that changed Bob’s entire perspective on learning. Here’s a quote directly from slide 5 : An Educator’s job is to prescribe the MOST effective ‘Instructional Treatment’ for our learners that best fits their learning needs.

Webinar Summary: Performance Support and the Future of Learning

Axonify

This past Tuesday, we had the pleasure of hearing from a leading Performance Support evangelist, Bob Mosher. When you build your learning solutions, do they teach swimming or do they prevent drowning? Hear the story that changed Bob’s entire perspective on learning. Here’s a quote directly from slide 5 : An Educator’s job is to prescribe the MOST effective ‘Instructional Treatment’ for our learners that best fits their learning needs.

Performance Support in 2015

Tony Karrer

The Big Question for May is Learning Technology 2015 – it asks what we expect workplace learning technologies to look like in 2015. I definitely want to include Performance Support as part of the discussion. In a post on my CTO Blog , I talked about Match Performance Support ,the performance support that goes along with many matching solutions such as in eHarmony. tools designed to support learning?

The Secret to Connecting Online Training to Business Performance

Docebo

In the book 70:20:10 Towards 100% Performance , author Jos Arets outlines Fredrick Winslow Taylor’s influence on the concept of separating learning and working. . Across the corporate learning landscape, this theory established an overly-formalized approach to learning that ignored the potential impact of informal learning. . The other 90% is made up of 20% social learning and 70% on-the-job, experiential learning. .

Pro Tip: Support Informal Learning with Formal Training

ATD Learning Technologies

Modern learning truth: everything’s a blend. Our audience learns perpetually; they turn to Google and each other when they need to know something immediately. As learning and development professionals, we need to adapt our design and facilitation approach to accommodate this new global, mobile, social, and always-changing reality. We already struggle to gain buy-in from stakeholders when we update technology or learning models. Want to learn more?

Coherent performance

Clark Quinn

I’ve been revisiting performance support in preparation for the Guild’s Performance Support Symposium next month, and I’m seeing a connection between two models that really excite me. It’s abut how social and performance support are a natural connection. So, let’s start with a performance model. So what I wanted to do was use this understanding to think about how we might support performance.

The Ultimate Brain Food: Performance Support | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS The Ultimate Brain Food: Performance Support by Jolene on January 21, 2011 in Informal Learning , eLearning , mobile learning , performance support In his blog post Social Learning and the Exobrain , Simon Bostok (prolific and thought-provoking blogger at Hypergogue ), declares: The smart people in learning have been talking about shifting pretty much everything to Performance Support.

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Learning Technology: How it can support workers to deliver results

Docebo

Learning and development’s future is set to be impacted by three key factors. . For L&D to remain relevant, we need to develop new, business-focused and technology-enabled ways to support workers (and how they work) to deliver business results. This blog will explore the growing need for smart learning technologies and the actionable solutions they will empower L&D professionals to implement. . The Impact of Learning Technology So Far. Formalizing the Informal.

Learning and Performance: Get Angry, Make Changes

Innovative Learning Group

Three Ways to Streamline Employee Performance Improvement. “I’m I know I’m not the first person to say this; check out the work of various learning industry thought-leaders 1. What’s more, I personally love to learn! But there’s learning to know and there’s learning to perform. In the world of workplace learning, it’s the latter we primarily need to do, right? They don’t need to be enticed or — most especially — forced to learn.

Learning and Performance: Get Angry, Make Changes

Innovative Learning Group

I know I’m not the first person to say this; check out the work of various learning industry thought-leaders 1. What’s more, I personally love to learn! But there’s learning to know and there’s learning to perform. In the world of workplace learning, it’s the latter we primarily need to do, right? People old enough to hold down a full-time job are old enough to know when they need information (i.e., Provide most learning on the job.

7 Best tips For Informal Learning In Your Corporate

Your Training Edge

Sometimes different learning programs can’t give students excellent results, even though they try a lot and work hard. Informal learning is democratic schooling that is driven by learner’s affection and motivation. We advise you to read about these tips for informal Learning and use them in your project. If someone asks about informal learning – they have got into trouble in their common duties so they look through compatible articles and videos.

How can an LMS Support Performance Management?

CommLab India

Performance management is a process through which managers and employees work together to plan, monitor, and review an individual’s goals and overall contribution to the organization. An LMS can support this process through its wide range of features. Performance and learning are interdependent. When learning is able to help employees achieve the objectives and goals set for them, performance will improve. Chalk Out Performance Development Plans.

A richer suite of support

Clark Quinn

While it’s easy to talk about how we need to support the transition from novice to expert, it might help to be a little more detailed. While it’s easy to say that the role of formal learning wanes, and the role of informal learning ramps up, what are the types of support we might look to? The underlying point is that as individuals gather expertise the value of formal learning drops, and the value of informal learning increases.

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