Workflow analysis is a systematic design approach that starts by making the workflow itself visible based on the performance objectives trying to be achieved. And it provides powerful benefits.
Beyond the “training,” the true challenge is to transfer what’s been learned and to sustain, even grow, that knowledge over the span of a career.
We need to take a hard look at the existing, instructionally broken ILT model and change three things for ILT 2.0 to be actualized.
With new emerging design methodologies, technologies and learners, workflow learning is the brave new frontier.
Five goals for L&D this year.
The business matter expert: a new stakeholder.
Workflow-embedded learning’s time is now.
In workflow learning, shifting to a context-first mindset is key.
Is the destination in sight?
Workflow learning presents a huge opportunity.
You better catch it if you want to be at the forefront of learning, writes columnist Bob Mosher.
We have seen the future of learning and the enemy is us. Who is in control of personalized learning?
Let’s have a talk about new methodologies like microlearning before we introduce yet another approach to our learners.
Your trainers are master communicators. Use them to advance your change management strategy.
Learn business’ language or your leaders will find someone who will.