• Posts Tagged ‘learning strategy’

    Rise of the LMS

    by  • June 14, 2015 • Learning Technologies • 0 Comments

    Your LMS is likely to be an ugly duckling. Here are some tips to nurture it to the magnificent swan it ought to be.

      The Learning Management System is quite possibly the most underestimated HR system in pretty much every organisaiton. Yes, this is a broad-brush statement that may offend some of you, but the vast majority of you, kind readers, don’t see the importance of your LMS in comparison to, say, your comp and ben database....

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    Crown the Learner

    by  • June 1, 2015 • OD and L&D • 0 Comments

    Content is king, context is kingdom. But sometimes to make more of learning experiences, the two need to be balanced and the learner needs a crown of their own.

      Over the past few months I’ve been delivering a lot of training: systems training, technical training, behavioural stuff, customer interactions, resilience, leadership and complexity. These past few months have really crystallised the difference is between training and learning for me. They differ in the balance between content, context and learner. Hang on to your...

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    Spicing up Learning

    by  • March 27, 2015 • OD and L&D • 0 Comments

    My L&D kin are in crisis. We are being asked to spice up learning, make it more interesting, more impactful, more fun, more engaging. Here are three quick tips.

    Thing is, though, learning is engaging, and the vast majority of us do a really good job of creating learning that is interactive, fun, useful. So what’s wrong? Honey, I’ve shrunk the learning I’m increasingly noticing how learning in organsiations, a lot like the theory that guides it, has been shrinking. It’s becoming thinner,...

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    7 signs you need to rethink your LMS

    by  • September 21, 2014 • Learning Technologies • 0 Comments

    LMSs should automate induction and mandatory learning, support talent and appraisal processes and empower employees. Does yours not do that?

    Learning management systems are wonderful things. They streamline and automate processes that used to eat up hours of work, they provide insights through data and making overlaying datasets with different ones from other places easy as pie. They also revolutionise our organisations: on one hand, they create a lean way to push mandatory learning. On...

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