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Governance: Who Should Come to the Party? « LIVING IN LEARNING. For me, governance is the who, what and why driven by business strategy. Gary Wise correctly points out that that “performance objectives” should not be part of governance. That’s … Continue reading
Bryan Chapman, Chapman Alliance, provides another great research service for the workforce learning professional in reporting development times across ILT and elearning for 2010. Contrasting this with the 2007 report [note you’ll need to scroll down for the 2007 data], … Continue reading
I once was a collector of handouts for training and conference sessions – massive piles of the stuff organized by the event, job or subject. I even had stuff from my Master’s thesis in file cabinets, never touched over multiple … Continue reading
Don’t you wish that this debate could rise over partisan noise. Wouldn’t it be great if some mature individual could take up this discussion and transform into teachable moments. Is health care a right? What kind of society do we … Continue reading
Catching up with the reading, June 2009 T+D article, Making New Employees Successful In Any Economy. Good article by Katharine Giacalone about the first 90 days. The first 90 days are critical especially in a downturn and the expense of … Continue reading
THIS EVENT HAS ENDED Visit Corporate Learning Trends and Innovation I encourage you to check out this ning group.