Standards are crucial for digital success…is L&D missing the point and focusing on systems?
I was asked this question by a participant in an LPI Open Clinic session last week. (It’s a great format if anyone is thinking of hosting or participating: a themed session, open questions with one host and one lead speaker and a very lively and open chat room). So, to the question: Is this the … Continue reading Is this the end of classroom training?
A series of thoughts from my experience of the last few years about developing confidence in uncertainty. Some points and steps that I have seen be most effective for leaders and teams.
What metrics do people use to analyse webinars? Here are some ideas that struck me after co-hosting one.
Is the industry looking to change and improve current practice or should we look for existential change?
Does removing the word “learning” from discussion make it easier to understand what L&D is about?
Looking for proof of ROI is unhelpful. Looking for signals of value will help more in L&D.
If we don’t say ‘course’ or ‘programme’ can we say anything at all?
My thoughts are turning to Learning Live next week . (I am not alone). They are particularly gathering around one of the sessions I am chairing Digital Transformation: How to Make it Work for you. I was talking earlier in the week with another attendee and gathered some notes on a Google Doc on that … Continue reading A bag of thoughts about Digital Transformation of learning
Does making everything easy actually do unintended harm? Convenience is, arguably, the most important element of a successful digital experience. Our favourite digital services are built around making our lives easier and removing the effort of performing freqeunt tasks. In many cases, activities which used to require effort and a certain degree of planning are … Continue reading Is convenience a problem for digital learning?