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Is It Time To Leave Learning Objectives For Performance Objectives?

IT Training Department Blog

Learning objectives have been around in instructional design for as long as instructional design has existed. It may have been a decent place to start decades ago, but in the ever-changing world of workplace training, learning objectives may not be serving us well.

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Learning objectives: Our frenemy

Making Change

“Never design anything without first writing the learning objectives.” It’s a useful rule, but only when the objectives are useful. And there’s the problem — conventional learning objectives can work against us. What do I mean by “conventional learning objectives?”

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Not our job

E-Learning Provocateur

We’re all on the same team, so why am I denied the visibility of the information I need to do my job? I’ve always suspected the root cause is a combination of human foibles (pride, fear, territoriality), substandard technology (exacerbated by policy) and a lack of skill or will to use the technology even when it is available.

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Performance Consulting: The L&D Solution You Didn’t Know You Needed

Infopro Learning

As we move forward into the new year, many businesses are looking for ways to improve employee performance. One of the best strategies your organization can use that is often overlooked is working with a performance consultant. There are three highly effective ways a consultant can help your organization improve employee performance.

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An overview of Performance-Based Learning Objectives

Paradiso Solutions

Performance-based learning helps organizations achieve faster business goals. 63 % of businesses found their training ineffective – and how performance-based learning can help (PBL). Table of Contents: Performance-based learning is the answer! What is performance-based training? Conclusion.

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Learning objectives: Our frenemy

Making Change

By Cathy Moore “Never design anything without first writing the learning objectives.” It’s a useful rule, but only when the objectives are useful. And there’s the problem — conventional learning objectives can work against us. What do I mean by “conventional learning objectives?”

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What are Learning Objectives? Less Than 100 Words

Roundtable Learning

Why are Learning Objectives Important? Clear learning objectives give structure to training development. Additionally, you can share the learning objectives with learners at the start of a course or training session. Failing to prepare learners to do their jobs. The post What are Learning Objectives?