The Business of Learning

When working with our clients, we often ask about the impact of a planned change on the organization. We’ve also been observing a trend where many companies are employing change managers within the organization – either as a specific role or as a capability. I’ve also noticed a great increase in the number of individuals […]

eLearning

There are many great TED Talks available, and here’s a nice curated list of TED Talks applicable to eLearning.  And, of course, much of the information goes beyond eLearning and really speaks to the future of learning as well. 10 Ted Talks That Will Help You to Make ELearning Meet Modern Learners’ Needs

The Business of Learning

I found this article in the Harvard Business Review and I thought it provided some good food for thought.  We can produce great training “about” a topic, but once the learner is back on the job and trying to apply what they’ve learned, how will they know if they’re doing it well? The nature of many “knowledge worker” jobs […]

eLearning

We had an excellent discussion last week during the September meeting of the Roundtable for Learning Leaders. The discussion topic was, “What does good learning mean to you?” For over an hour, we got to consider this question from a variety of perspectives, including that of the learner. When the discussion turns to ideas about […]

The Business of Learning

Fresh from our annual Learning Leadership Summit, I read Clark Quinn’s latest book in two days on vacation. I would have finished faster if I wasn’t taking so many notes! This book is a great tool for learning leaders who are trying to reshape how learning happens in their organizations. Here’s a quick overview to […]

Jess Elmquist presents at Fredrickson Learning's Learning Leadership Summit

The discussion topic for our September 2015 meeting of the Fredrickson Roundtable for Learning Leaders is, “What does ‘good learning’ mean to you?” I’ve been fascinated by this question ever since some of the Fredrickson Learning employees first brought it up a few months ago. It’s seemingly a very simple question, but, as with many questions […]