In partnership with Tonkin Academy, I will be running 2 day workshops in Sydney and Melbourne in August 2010 and March 2011. The title of the workshops is Social Media Learning Solutions. Session titles include social learning theory, exploring options, business value proposition and project planning. Day 2 is an opportunity for participants to deeply [...]
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I was recently asked to contribute to an HR Leader magazine article entitled Putting learning through the mixer. In it I commended upon trends, and listed nine putfalls of blended learning programs. To read the details, click here for a soft copy of the magazine article. Please feel free to comment.
Posted in Uncategorized on Mar 2nd, 2010
I’m often asked to run an early strategy workshop for organisations thinking about implementing e-learning. These are seven of my favourite baseline questions to get people thinking prior to the workshop: 1. What has bought you to think about an e-learning initiative? What are your drivers? Consider this from a) business (including commercial), b) human [...]
Implementing a Learning Management System (LMS) can be a challenging time for L&D who are often not comfortable dealing with systems. The back-end can seem like a foreign tech world, and LMS espoused features soon become complex. Still, if the chosen system comes from a vendor that specialises in LMS, if the project has been [...]
Yesterday I spoke with a colleague and we discussed a phonomenom commonly experienced with IT project implementation. Strategy can be well thought out and tested, IT implementation smooth and straight forward…then the project is handballed to the business…and then it stalls. Why? There is no one answer to this question. I’ll explore the factors as [...]
This is the description given to me by my EdD lecturer as we discussed developing my research proposal. I’ve been chewing on this statement a great deal, and it has helped me to re-evaluate my research focus. “Every action has an equal and opposite reaction”. Every solution developed by organisations, open source communities or whoever, [...]
BRW: May 10-16, 2007 “Attempting to isolate the productivity and performance impact of ICT investment may becoming rather like trying to allocate credit for a good cake to the quality of a particular ingredient rather than to the complex interaction of all the ingredients”. US economist Dick Nelson (pp 42). CT view: Wise words! CT [...]