Archive for Tag Archives: ' Performance'

Apple Watch – Real Possibilities for Employee Performance Support and Learning

The much rumoured and much awaited Apple watch is out today. While other companies (e.g. Samsung, Motorola) have already released smartwatches, Apple has once again redefined this category by fusing the hardware and software to create [...]

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 [...]

Fortitude – the mix of intuition, courage and boldness

When asked to develop a learning program we are often provided, initially at least, with three pieces of information. The context is usually provided and you know the typical scenarios . . . “we need to [...]

Playing by numbers

The theme of last week’s Learning Cafe in Sydney was How to Win Friends and Influence Learning Stakeholders. Among the stakeholders considered was the “C-Level & Leadership”. This got me thinking, do the C-suite and lower [...]

The disillusionment of training

The Freedictionary provides the following description of disillusionment; “having lost one’s ideals, illusions, or false ideas about someone or something; disenchanted” I’ve been spending a lot of time recently thinking about the role of training in [...]

The Blame Game

Unfortunately the ‘blame game’ isn’t something linked to my last post about gamification. It relates to a catchphrase that was a running joke in a previous role. In my time as a trainer there were a [...]

Learning Professionals – Do you need to tweak your pipes?

Learning Cuppa from the UK In my last post I talked about the Institute of IT Training (IITT) becoming the Learning & Performance Institute (LPI). The big announcement came at Learning Live last week; you can [...]

Training to Learning & Performance – It’s evolution baby!

Learning Cuppa from the UK Hi everyone this is my first post and I’m really pleased to be part of Learning Café. I hope to bring you a view of things that are happening in the [...]