Just now I delivered a keynote at the 20th Annual Israeli Learning Conference. I was there at the kind invitation of HR Israel and Amir Elion. My talk was pitched as follows: Over the next few years the role of the learning organization will shift, moving away from the current focus on course and curriculum … Continue reading Learning. Who is responsible?
This is now my fourth year in a row that I manage to do a quick visit to the Learning Technologies exhibition in London. Like last year I decided to try and speak to as many luminaries as possible and ask them what they were planning to do in the coming year. Steve Dineen Steve … Continue reading A Day of Conversations at Learning Technologies 2013
In late October I attended Elliot Masie's Learning Conference. I've blogged extensively about each individual session, but want to use this post to lift out the larger themes that I saw at the event and to ask the corporate learning departments a few challenging questions that relate to these themes. Personalized Learning A few years … Continue reading Nine Challenges for the Learning Department (Based on Masie’s Learning 2012)
Marcel de Leeuwe and I hosted a session at Elliott Masie's Learning 2012 about Do It Yourself Learning. We enjoyed ourselves tremendously preparing for the session and created a special website for the conference: doityourselflearning.org. Why DIY? There are a few things happening in the corporate learning world: The business is changing faster than the … Continue reading Do It Yourself Learning at Masie’s Learning 2012
1600 people in a big ballroom showed up for another general session at Elliott Masie's Learning 2012. According to Masie there are a few things different this year in comparison to previous years: Eight years ago everybody was rushing to a session on how to buy your LMS. We have now realized that the LMS … Continue reading General Session on Tuesday Morning at Masie’s Learning 2012