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!
Wishing you the happiest of holidays! May the new year be filled with good health, happiness, and chance to make a difference each and every day. Please keep me in mind as you consider new ways to supporting your workforce and developing people who will fill your internal talent pipeline. I look forward to talking … Continue reading
News to use, ideas to share in this month’s Ryan Report! Wishing everyone the happiest of holidays and looking forward to connecting with you in the new year! Let’s keep the learning growing and going!
News to use, ideas to share in this month’s Ryan Report! Pass it along!
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!
Sometimes training isn’t the answer, sometimes the skilled workers – the Subject Matter Experts, are the true problem solvers and the ones who can identify and implement the solution. The challenge is getting the experts to collaborate at the point of #kNOW, and this is where I, and your learning team, can help facilitate the … Continue reading
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
I had a conversation recently with a learning leader at an organization who was being pushed to show their ROI – return on investment. Granted in the last couple of years they have brought a new LMS online and added designers to the team so management wanted to know if the expenses were paying off. … Continue reading
Remember your first day at the new job? Who knew there were so many benefit options? And do I put a 0 or a 1 in the tax forms? But the video from the CEO was interesting and they fed you lunch, right? “Half of all hourly workers leave new jobs in the first four … Continue reading
The Get Fit for Tomorrow’s Work + Learn Economy convening brought together 100+ leaders from business, industry, government, and education to focus on developing foresight needed to support the working learner. As the discussion progressed the point returned to several key items: The gig economy is growing and composed of multi-generational groups, the workplace is … Continue reading