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Recent Blog Postings

Ron Sanders Chairs The Bureaucrat, Inc. Board of Directors

ASTD Staff

Ron Sanders, Vice President and Fellow at Booz Allen Hamilton, is serving as the 2014 chair of the board of directors for the The Bureaucrat, Inc. More »

Digital Interviews, Pt. 1: Quick Tips for Phone Interviews

Paul Bailo

The competition is fierce and global. You must be able to communicate professionally and with polish and class in all interviewing channels before you actually meet a human being in person. Two key channels today are phone interviews and video interviews. More »

A Q&A with Karin Hurt: Overcoming an Imperfect Boss

Julie Winkle Giulioni

In this first of two posts on enhancing the relationship with your boss, I interview author of the new book, Overcoming an Imperfect Boss, Karin Hurt. More »

How Information Becomes Long-Term Memory (and More Facts on Cognitive Load Theory)

John Sweller

Cognitive load theory contends that several structures and functions of human cognition should be central to instructional design considerations. It proposes procedures to reduce unnecessary working memory load and facilitate the transfer of information to long-term m... More »

Mentoring Partnerships: Enhancing Sustained Employee Engagement

Annabelle Reitman

A mentoring partnership program is an opportunity for talent from all the generations to re-engage with their work, feel a renewal of energy and learning, strengthen identification with the organization’s culture, and build a sense of camaraderie with other staff... More »

Welcome to the Science of Learning Community

Juana Llorens

The level of what we know about how people learn is expanding all the time. And more and more practitioners are becoming interested in linking research-focused disciplines (cognitive psychology, organizational behavior, neuroscience, etc) to training and development in... More »