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The Knowledge and Learning Transfer Problem

Charles Jennings

I’d used the phrase ‘learning delivery’ when describing computer-supported collaborative learning ( CSCL ) approaches. During a meeting at Cambridge University around 30 years ago I was thoroughly chastised by a Cambridge academic.

Start with the 70. Plan for the 100.

Charles Jennings

This article draws on ideas and supporting material from a new book published for the first time in English last week. BUY THE BOOK: www.702010institute.com The book is divided into 100 numbered sections across 313 pages in ‘coffee table’ format.

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It’s Only 65% !

Charles Jennings

" Jay wrote the seminal book on Informal Learning. Formal learning’ suggests learning that is designed and directed by someone other than the learner as part of a curriculum, course, programme, module etc. The results of yet another 70:20:10 survey were published recently.

Survey 236

Managing Learning?

Charles Jennings

She sees the future of technologies supporting learning as a mash-up of social co-operation and collaboration tools aligned with the emerging social workplace. Donald Taylor recently published an article titled ‘ What does ‘LMS’ mean today ?’.

PKM 225

The Only Person Who Behaves Sensibly Is My Tailor

Charles Jennings

I started reading his books in my early teenage years and many of the ideas in them have stuck. We measure how many people have attended a class or completed an eLearning module, or read a document or engaged in a job swap or in a coaching relationship.

The Need to Adapt to the Speed of Change or Die: lessons for L&D from the retail industry

Charles Jennings

Yesterday another great British institution slid into the history books. Especially if they can gain that knowledge and expertise more easily and without leaving their desk or workflow. HMV opened its first retail shop in Oxford Street, London in 1921 with great brouhaha.

Listening

Clark Quinn

Obviously, I wrote a book about this , but some of the quick things I do include: embed the decisions they should be making in contexts where they make sense. When working a strategy session with clients, I seed the discussion before hand with the challenges and background material, and ask that everyone think on their own before we begin collaboration. Listening, as I mentioned, in this case to Guy Wallace.