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The Ryan Report: March 2020

News to use, ideas to share in this month’s Ryan Report.  Love to hear your feedback and new topics to learn and grow with!  Always open to Zooming in, together we are stronger so don’t let being remote or at a distance keep you from learning, connecting, and engaging with others in the learning community … Continue reading

The Ryan Report – February 2020

News to use, ideas to share in this month’s Ryan Report.  Love to hear your feedback and new topics to learn and grow with!

The Ryan Report: January 2020

News to use, ideas to share in this month’s Ryan Report!  Wishing everyone a great new year and let’s keep the learning growing and going!

The Ryan Report – September 2019

News to share and pass along in this month’s Ryan Report – let’s keep learning together!

The Ryan Report – August 2019

Here are some useful items in August’s issue of The Ryan Report– let’s keep the learning going!  If you find stories and news of interest please share!

The Ryan Report – June 2019

Every month I find a couple of interesting posts that make me think and ponder that come together in The Ryan Report – let’s keep the learning going!

The Ryan Report: May 2019

Every month I find a couple of interesting posts that make me think and ponder that come together in The Ryan Report – let’s keep the learning going!

Go Backwards to move (people) forward!

Sounds strange doesn’t it?  Going backwards but changing how you develop training and supporting people at the time and place of kNOW is how we can move forward.  Now I come from the classical school of ADDIE where instructional design has Curriculum driving the process.  Work with a SME to identify content, develop the lessons … Continue reading

Microcredentials Forge the Links Between Businesses, the Community and their College

The traditional degree model isn’t providing people with the just-in-time skills they need, and companies are turning to alternative solutions to fill their talent pipelines. Employers needs people with relevant technical skills and robust cross-functional professional competencies like critical thinking, and they need those skilled workers quickly. Given this context, where does the working learner … Continue reading

Distance is relative – blend your learning!

I’m working with a client as they move from a face-2-face modality to an online delivery model being driven by the need to deliver a consistent leadership program to a new group of leaders separated by time zones and countries. A key point of contention is how to deliver the content with some pushing for … Continue reading

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