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Competency is about performance success

Competency-based education (CBE) is focused on getting people proficient faster. More importantly CBE is a clear description of what a person can do and to what level. CBE is the common language that training, and education, should be using aligning with their internal, and external, business & industry partners. And this conversation is vital especially … Continue reading

MOOCs may be missing the mark(et)!

MOOCs are all the rage lately, degree options are available thru these Massive Open Online Courses that are focused at classes of thousands, interactions among the participants and all kinds of resources available to you via your browser.  Depending on the platform and design MOOCs can combine synchronous as well as asynchronous delivery and can … Continue reading

It really comes down to performance…

I been talking with a number of people recently on topics such as creating a community of practice (CoP), expanding professional development programs, and integrating talent management into learning past compliance.  In all of these discussions someone has brought up the need to develop and deliver “training” programs.  When I dig into the question a … Continue reading

Hybrid is the new classroom

Technology is catching up to the techniques we espouse focusing on personalized learning that engages the person, encourages active practice on the job, and the support of the supervisor.  I am in the midst of identifying a model for leaders separated by time and distance from their peers.  This model utilizes the strengths of synchronous … Continue reading

Grok your design

Whether or not you are an Apple aficionado I think we can agree that in terms of the products developed the design was “cool”.  Steve Jobs was a renaissance man who understood the deeper aspects of design.  “Design,” he once said, “is a funny word. Some people think design means how it looks. But, of … Continue reading

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