The Business of Learning

One of the most important activities in life in general–and certainly in business–is building and keeping a network of friends and professional colleagues. Your network will serve you well in every area of your life. At Fredrickson Communications, we believe in the importance of networking so much that we’ve founded and continue to sponsor groups […]

eLearning

Introduction: Raj Alphonse is a Fredrickson Communications’ affiliate specializing in learning technology consulting. This blog entry is a lead-in to the April 14, 2011 meeting of the Fredrickson Roundtable for Learning Leaders where the featured discussion topic will be “The LMS Wishlist.” Have you run into a brick wall lately? I felt like I did […]

eLearning

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 the first entry of this series, I started a series to […]

eLearning

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. With the rapid eLearning development tools becoming prevalent in the market, course […]

Jess Elmquist presents at Fredrickson Learning's Learning Leadership Summit

We have some video highlights from this summer’s fifth annual Learning Leadership Summit. Our theme was The Power of Purpose for Learning Leaders and our featured speaker was none other than Richard Leider, the international bestselling author of The Power of Purpose. At Fredrickson Communications, we recognize that leading a learning organization is a unique […]

The Business of Learning

Minnesota Public Radio recently aired an interview with Matthew Crawford, author of the bestselling book Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry Into the Value of Work. I have read this book and I think Crawford provides learning professionals with a lot to think about. It’s not possible (for me, at least) to reduce Shop Class […]