How is this “new normal” affecting the seminal 70-20-10 model?
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Learning by doing is an intuitive concept widely accepted in learning theory — but too often, the reality is “learn slowly by struggling.”
As you prepare for a new year of training, make sure to reflect on your career and your relationship with L&D.
This year taught us that no one can predict the future with any real certainty. However, we can anticipate that 2021 will bring continued change, both in business and in life.
What makes Agile work? Is it the tools and techniques, like Kanban boards, burndown charts and daily standups? These things can help, but what makes Agile effective is the mindset.
The need for strong instructional design has become more critical than ever to ensure learner engagement and learning effectiveness.
Learning leaders should not underestimate design thinking’s potential to creatively and rapidly meet the needs of their learners.
I used to struggle with finding a workable solution for updating our online training courses and found that the best approach was to dig into the numbers and use data.
No doubt, in 2020, we will continue to use virtual reality simulations, interactive videos, mobile learning, gamification and other technology. But consider the benefits face-to-face, instructor-led training present to your learners.
Have you ever participated in a learning experience that caused you to struggle to connect to the purpose? Maybe you’ve walked into training and thought, “I’ve seen this model used before!” Here are three keys to create engaging learning...