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Where’s Your Source Code?

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Courses are built and published every day, but what happens to their source codes? Does the following scenario sound familiar? XYZ Corporation has had a web-based training course for a number of years that focuses on how to support a key application used by many employe... More »

Navigating the Truth of Story Matters in Learning

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Terrence L. Gargiulo

In training settings, people often share stories that cross back and forth over a blurry line of truthfulness. In fact, sometimes these stories can feel downright manipulative. This is one of the great criticisms and negative perceptions often held about storiesespecial... More »

Setting the Stage for a Successful Leadership Development Program

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Daniel R. Tobin

Many steps are required to make any leadership development program successful. First, HR representatives, executives, and your CEO must want to build an LDP. Once youve reached agreement on this, you must identify a manager for the program and hold a planning meeting. T... More »

Tips for Successfully Training in a Global Virtual Environment

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Neal R. Goodman

When we add a virtual environment to the challenges associated with training across cultures, misunderstandings can easily be exacerbated, often because they will go unnoticed by the facilitator for a longer period of time. As discussed in an earlier In Practice article... More »

What Is the New Social Learning?

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Tony Bingham

To understand social learning, we must first understand social media. Social media is a set of Internet-based technologies designed to be used by three or more people. Its rarer than it sounds. Most interaction supported by technology is narrowcast (one-to-one), often w... More »