Learning on the web – Can it be as simple as that?

I was reminded of one of my early exchanges of views on arrival in the BBC this week. I was curious about the deliberation of the commissioning process and about the edifice that was being created under the learning banner. Coming, as I had, from the rapid fire and restless world of search, this all … Continue reading Learning on the web – Can it be as simple as that?

Unbundling records and tin cans and such

Prompted by an email form Karen Moran, I had a return to the idea of the LMS as the only place where learning records are held. That message also sparked a thought about the unbundling theme I posted about recently. The idea that all learning activity is stored in a learning management system seems increasingly … Continue reading Unbundling records and tin cans and such

Unbundle training and what is left for L&D?

Recently, I posted on the theme of unbundling. I threatened at that point to return to the theme. This post makes good on that threat. Having considered open access to ‘bundled learning’ in the form of a MOOC – or open access to formal learning – I would like to pick at the idea of … Continue reading Unbundle training and what is left for L&D?

Bundles of training or unbundles of learning

Having started, I think this theme will require more than one post. This should be read as an introduction to the theme. Or maybe a ramble through its foothills. A little self diagnosis to start. When an idea finds me, or a way of explaining things, I tend to see it everywhere. I am not … Continue reading Bundles of training or unbundles of learning

HR and L&D: Never the twain shall meet?

This blog was originally published on the HRN Blog in May 2016. Much has been written and said about the relationship between the disciplines of HR and L&D. Representatives of both sides have shared views on the topic and on the most useful framing of a healthy relationship between the two. Cases have been made … Continue reading HR and L&D: Never the twain shall meet?