Archive for Effective Learning

Agile & Learning featuring ADDIE – Tango or Face Off ? Online Discussion

  Thu, Jun 26, 2014 12 – 1 PM, Register Over the years the systematic ADDIE process has proven successful in design and development of learning. However, can maybe ADDIE is too “organised” in today’s world [...]

Designing Learning Solutions to Retain and Grow Organisational Knowledge – Online Forum

Register Fri, June 13, 2014 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM AEST The Learning Cafe community is coming across requirements for designing Learning Solutions to effectively use and retain organisational knowledge. The conversation goes something like this [...]

Applying Behavioural Economics to Learning

Learning Cafe is kicking of another collaborative project exploring the application of Behavioural Economics to Learning. The hypothesis will test is “Applying behavioural economics to decisions made for employee learning will assist L&D in becoming more [...]

Building Communities – The Slope of Enlightenment

In my last blog alter egos I started to share some personal traits and experiences that led me in to the world of developing communities to support learning. It wasn’t an overnight thing and it’s still [...]

Blending MOOC on Public Speaking at JLT Group

JLT Group is one of the world’s largest providers of insurance and employee benefits related advice, brokerage and associated services including an office of over 850 employees in Mumbai, India Massive open online course (MOOC) is [...]

Learning Café Call – L&D/HR should include MOOCs in employee learning strategies.

After some discussion amongst the Learning Café community, today we ready to make a prediction and this call, which we believe is significant for the HR & L&D community. MOOCs (Massively Open Online Courses) can be [...]

Assumed Constraints and Elephant Thinking

Should the title be “Assumed Constraints and L&D Thinking” or should it stay the way it is, I’ll let you make up your own mind. Since leaving my last role  with a large bank, I’ve continued [...]

Why do we still call it classroom training?

Over the years I’ve been asked how I keep participants in classroom training engaged and eager. Firstly, I’d like to remove the word classroom because the word itself makes us think of our primary or secondary [...]

Performance Support and Social Unite

I read a great article recently from Clark Quinn called “Coherent Performance” which discusses how social and performance support are a natural connection. http://blog.learnlets.com/. Clark expands on the links between an individual encountering a roadblock to [...]

The Rise and Fall of 3D Learning – Lessons from Real Implementations

On being asked to write a blog post on my experience with virtual learning, our near obsessive interest a few years ago, with Virtual worlds and 3D Learning comes to mind. Second Life in particular had caught [...]