Adaptive Learning: The Next Generation (of Learning)
At a conference earlier this year, one of my Learning and Development idols, JD Dillon, said something along the lines of, “In L&D, we are notoriously bad at defining our own terms.” When he said that to an auditorium of a hundred or so of us, I wanted desperately to shout, “Amen, brother!” but it […]
Let’s Build Something Great: The Future of Corporate Learning and Training
I’ve written a few articles recently about what blended learning is and in them I shared some rather disheartening conversations and observations I’ve had in the last year about the state of corporate training. In summary, what I’ve learned is that organizations are still trying to find their footing when it comes to training their […]
“I Can’t Get Anyone to Use It”: A Corporate Training Tale
I took a business trip recently that I found especially useful, as you might hope for when flying across the country to attend a learning conference. While the sessions and formal discussions were great, it was the human interaction in between that I found the most compelling. Side note: With my off-conference time I believe […]
What is Blended Learning?
If you’re at all like me and had this question in the last decade – What is blended learning? – your internet search presented a lot of crap. I embarked on this quest a few years ago and it was the blended learning entry on Wikipedia that provided the most clarity for me (Ten points […]