Stealth like invisible training and development

Invisible L&D

By guest author, Dani Johnson,VP, L&D Research, Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP Our jobs as L&D professionals was easier 10 years ago. Information flowed from the top of the organization to the bottom. Managers and facilitators had the most information, which they then imparted to employees like benevolent overlords. But that is no longer…

How Perspective Shapes Workplace Learning by Tom Spiglanin PhD via Expertus Learning in the Cloud blog

How Perspective Shapes Workplace Learning

By guest author, Tom Spiglanin Ph.D., learning practitioner, advocate and blogger Look in the mirror. What do you see? Most of us instinctively say, “me.” However, that answer isn’t accurate. We’re actually looking at a reverse version of the image others see. Our experience with mirrors skews our visual perception of ourselves. In fact, we’re so conditioned to looking…

Learning Luminary Interview: Ajay Pangarkar, CentralKnowledge

By Joy Church Millard, Sr. Editor, Expertus Editor’s Note: Welcome to the seventh interview in our “Learning Luminaries” series — where we showcase conversations with the brightest and most innovative minds in the world of enterprise training and development. This month, we feature workforce revolutionary, Ajay M. Pangarkar CTDP, CPA, CMA. Ajay is an employee performance management expert and…

Learning Luminary Interview: John Leh, Talented Learning

By Joy Church Millard, Sr. Editor, Expertus Editor’s Note: Welcome to the sixth interview in our “Learning Luminaries” series — where we showcase conversations with the brightest and most innovative minds in the world of enterprise training and development. This month, we feature John Leh, CEO and Lead Analyst at Talented Learning, LLC. John is an LMS selection…

Which direction to take? Cloud learning or VILT and the LMS

Reunited? Classrooms and The Cloud

Moving Past Either/Or Comparisons By Holly Sheldon, Senior Business Analyst, Expertus For years, we’ve seen trend lines shift, as enterprise learning organizations abandoned traditional instructor-led training (ILT) in favor of virtual solutions. Long considered the backbone of corporate learning, ILT had clearly moved from center stage by 2010. Adoption of virtual classrooms was so brisk…