Mobile Learning - mobile first design

We had a terrific meeting of the Fredrickson Mobile Learning Network yesterday. Our topic was “Using Video for Mobile Learning” and we had three great presentations from members who shared their experiences and insights. We really only scratched the surface of this topic though, and we’d like to keep the discussion going. More questions or […]

Jess Elmquist presents at Fredrickson Learning's Learning Leadership Summit

The Learning Leadership Summit is coming up fast, on July 14th, and I can’t wait. The Summit — as the premier gathering of leadership-level learning, development, HR, and talent management professionals — is always special, but the 2016 edition takes things to a whole new level. 5 Chief Learning Officers will be on the same […]

The Business of Learning - learning ecosystems

When I heard Learning and Performance Ecosystems would be the topic for May’s Fredrickson Roundtable for Learning Leaders, my curiosity was piqued. I’ve been reading about the concept of learning ecosystems since I first came across it a few years ago. Just recently, I’ve seen much more discussion about it and I’m looking forward to […]

The Business of Learning - learning ecosystems

Inc. Magazine published an excellent list of business books. Wait. I know what you’re thinking: “Nooooo! Not another business book list.” I agree. But one thing, and only one thing, makes this Inc. Magazine book list worth looking at: It’s really, really good. There is something for everyone on this list, and every book has […]

Mobile Learning - mobile first design

  We had a terrific Fredrickson Young Learning Leaders Forum meeting this February. We discussed trends in learning and development. Of course, mobile learning featured prominently in the discussion – there is a lot of emphasis on it these days. We feel it here at Fredrickson, and so do our connections in every level of the L&D […]

How a large healthcare company rolled out new call center training under tight deadline

“If all of this [learning how to read critically] sounds like hard work, you’re right. Most people won’t do it. That’s what sets you apart.” Farnam Streets’ post: How to Read a Book. For awhile now, one of the Twitter hashtags I’ve been curious about and semi-following is #lrnchat. This is a group that gets together on […]