Evolution of L&D - Some more thoughts

ID Reflections

I love the serendipity of the web. I have seen this happen again and again when interacting on the web—learning, lurking, contributing and participating. I loved this line in her blog: “ I want learning in our organisation to be personally owned but organizationally supported.” The need to appear useful and show some results drive L&D to tackle all problems with a course/program or training session. And as John Hagel said, we shape serendipity.

Social Learning Ought to be Story-Sharing: "Friends You Haven't Met Yet"

Vignettes Learning

However, when it comes to traditional practices related to training and learning programs, we tend to slam on the brakes regarding social interaction. Why is there a sense that difficulties will arise using social interaction as part of our training and learning programs?

A comparison between LMS and CMS

TalentLMS

First, some examples so you know what we’re talking about: “ TalentLMS “, the product whose blog you’re reading, is a good, nay great, example of an LMS. As for CMS products, those are divided into Enterprise and Web oriented offerings.