Jess Elmquist presents at Fredrickson Learning's Learning Leadership Summit

Our November 8 Fredrickson Intersect meeting featured volunteer speaker Nancy Hoffman of the Minnesota Historical Society. Nancy reviewed with us the advantages and challenges of making available the data owned primarily by public-sector organizations. When given visibility and straightforward access, these volumes and volumes of data can be reused in ways that may make a […]


Author’s Note: This blog entry is part of a series I started to explore two of today’s most popular eLearning rapid development tools: Articulate Studio and Adobe Captivate. Here is a link to an article that contains the whole Articulate vs. Captivate series. In my last blog entry in this series, I explored Articulate Studio […]

Jess Elmquist presents at Fredrickson Learning's Learning Leadership Summit

Thanks again to Jed Becher, Web Coordinator at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, for putting together the presentation for our August 9 Intersect meeting. Also, thanks to Rachel Dobbs, FredComm’s own analytics guru, for chiming in on how the Webtrends tool works in comparison with Google Analytics. So many of us are curious about […]

Social Learning

Marshall McLuhan would have turned 100 years old last Thursday, July 21. What would he have made of a world of smartphones and Facebook and nanotechnology? Many of us today associate McLuhan with a couple of catchphrases – “the global village” and “the medium is the message” – and not much else. Even though Wired […]

The Business of Learning

Looking for material for a leadership development program? Working on your own leadership skills? Seeking an alternative to leadership frameworks, checklists, and theories? Learn Like a Leader will satisfy any of these objectives. It’s a collection of of essays from leadership experts edited by Marshall Goldsmith, Beverly Kaye, and Ken Shelton. Each essay is about […]

Jess Elmquist presents at Fredrickson Learning's Learning Leadership Summit

I was in China a week ago (for work and play) and I came across a statue that immediately caught my attention. It was of a woman with three heads and four arms. I took a picture in front of it and sent it to a group of professional pals, saying . . . I […]