December 11, 2010
Jay Cross examines decision making on learning at work, and
gives the lie to some myths about the use of business metrics. To earn a seat at the table where the business managers sit, you
must speak the language of business behave like an officer of the corporation thin...
December 01, 2010
Julie Norquist Roy
Using metrics is a smart way to formalize informal and
collaborative learning methods without waste, and attain the
alignment you need. For U.S. businesses, maintaining a competitive edge (or even just
staying in business at all) is as complex as the rush of economic
November 19, 2010
With the advancement of technology and the requirement to be
online, the IDMM helps better define the process an instructional
designer would follow when developing an online course. The Instructional Design Maturity Model (IDMM) illustrates the
connection between the i...
September 22, 2010
An ASTD-i4cp study underscores the progress organizations are
making in the area of learning evaluation, as well as the gaps that
need closure. Findings from the American Society for Training & Development
(ASTD) and the Institute for Corporate Productivitys (i4cp) ...
May 12, 2010
Attrition rates in online courses will decline if trainees
simply reflect on where they are directing their mental
resources. During an online course, trainees are often given control over
their instructional experience, which makes dropping out as simple
as turning off...
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