strategic transformation of workplace learning

Harold Jarche

Is your learning and development team able to transform so it can support complex work, help people be more creative, and adapt to the changing nature of the digital workplace? Strategic transformation is more than changing what you work on.

The Future of the Training Department

Harold Jarche

Before industrialization, work was local or industry meant cottage-industry. Sometimes guilds helped apprentices learn by doing things under the eye of a master, but there weren’t any trainers involved. About three hundred years ago, work became an organizational matter.

Leveraging collective knowledge

Harold Jarche

This week, a few related knowledge management (KM) articles crossed my path and I’d like to weave them together. Nancy Dixon discusses three eras of knowledge management as moving from Explicit Knowledge (document management) to Experiential Knowledge (communities of practice; expertise locators) and now to Collective Knowledge (social media). The illusion of knowledge. Each person’s knowledge needs and knowledge use are unique.

The marginalized training function

Harold Jarche

Tony Karrer clarifies his comments about traditional training becoming “marginalized&# , which is worth a full read but I’d like to pick up on this comment: If you look at what makes a good situation for formal learning: Large Audience.

50 suggestions for implementing 70-20-10

Jay Cross

People learn their jobs by doing their jobs. These posts offer guidance to managers who want to make learning from experience and conversation more effective. Convergence of work and learning. Work and learning have merged. We learn on the job to do the job.

leadership is learning

Harold Jarche

About 10 years ago I worked on a project with nursing staff as they changed their basic care model from one that was patient-centric to a model where “nurses engage the person/family to actively participate in learning about health” The McGill Model of Nursing is learning-centric.

Trends in Learning

Tony Karrer

Someone was just asking me about the big trends in learning and the implications of those trends on corporate learning and development. So, here's a bit of a compilation of some of the things I've been talking about in my blog which points to some of the major trends in learning. And the risk is pretty severe as described in the Business of Learning. Training Method Trends suggests that social learning tools are beginning to take off. vs. Learning 2.0,

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