Video: Bob Mosher – Workflow learning – LT20

Learning in the flow of work is not a new idea. Mediaeval apprentices learned partly through instruction, partly through work. Jay Cross re-iterated its importance in his 2006 book Informal Learning, and the Internet Time Alliance, of which he was a leading member, has expounded its value since. More recently Josh Bersin has focused on the phrase, but what does it actually mean and how can we really learn while working? Making learning in the flow of work a reality.

Bob Mosher, CEO/Chief Learning Evangelist, APPLY Synergies & Co-Founder of the 5 Moments of Need Methodology Everything is moving into the workflow. Arguably, though, learning has always been there – it’s just that now we can actually support it fully. Workflow learning has emerged as a powerful discipline that helps learners learn while actually doing their jobs. This isn’t a redo of ‘job aids’. This is embedded, contextual, real time learning, often while a learner doesn’t even know they’re doing it.

For many in L&D this is a huge mind-set and instructional leap, but when done correctly it can transform the impact of our deliverables in amazing ways. Let’s get together to qualify and quantify this powerful new discipline. – What exactly is workflow learning? – Can you make workflow learning scalable and measurable? – What platforms help make workflow learning a reality? – The crucial mind-set shift needed in L&D and the workplace – Understand the difference from, and overlap with, performance support

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Training Ain’t Performance – Interview with Harold Stolovitch and Erica Keeps

From 2004 – by George Hall

In Training Ain’t Performance, the companion book to the best-selling Telling Ain’t Training, performance improvement experts Harold Stolovitch and Erica Keeps not only introduce key performance concepts including why training is often not the only answer, but also illustrate how to realistically transition from a “training order-taker to a performance consultant”.

In addition to this practical advice, the book contains a wealth of performance interventions to help with the day-today work of a performance consultant, including how to calculate ROI for various performance interventions.

In this interview, Stolovitch and Keeps share their views on:

• ROI Analysis
• Best Practices
• HPI Theory & Practice
• Leaders and Pioneers in the Field
• Professional Intuition

Get the Article PDF

Get the 9 page PDF from Harold and Erica’s website – here.

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HPT Video Weekend Matinee: Kuehn 2008

The HPT Video Weekend Matinee series is intended to introduce you to the library, with over 100 videos, in the hopes that you’ll share them further into your professional networks, as you see appropriate. And if you have videos to share with us, please forward them to the site administrators.

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Free Course Assets: Respect Racial & Ethnic Differences

From: Megan Torrance – TorranceLearning CEO / President

Respecting race and ethnicity in the workplace shouldn’t be hard.

We’re here to help with FREE course assets to make it easier.

As the world collectively listens to the state of racial justice in the United States, it’s become painfully obvious that there is much work to do.

This year, we’ve implemented change in the ways we work. Now is the perfect time to consider how we advance equity in the workplace.

Last month, we shared the actions we’d be taking to formalize our commitment to shifting the paradigm of racial diversity in our company, our work, and our learning and development community.

With this course asset pack, you’ll be able to provide the training and resources necessary to start making meaningful change.

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To access Megan’s materials – please follow this link to her LinkedIn post – here.

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HPT Video Weekend Matinee: Desautels 2008

The HPT Video Weekend Matinee series is intended to introduce you to the library, with over 100 videos, in the hopes that you’ll share them further into your professional networks, as you see appropriate. And if you have videos to share with us, please forward them to the site administrators.

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Working Smarter with Personal Knowledge Mastery – From Harold Jarche

Working Smarter with Personal Knowledge Mastery is a field guide for the networked knowledge worker. It is meant to complement the PKM Workshops and help practitioners.

Working Smarter - Jarche

At 12 pages it is not designed to cover all aspects of the models, frameworks, and practices that inform PKM, but provide a quick reference, especially for those new to the discipline.

This field guide is made available under a Creative Commons license for easy sharing and is not for resale or commercial purposes. For more detailed explanations, see Life in Perpetual Beta.

Download the FREE PDF from Harold’s website – here.

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HPT Video Weekend Matinee: DePaul 2011

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HPT Video Weekend Matinee: Performance Technology Works

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Video: Dr. Ivor Davies

Ivor K Davies is a psychologist and Professor Emeritus (Instructional Systems Technology) at Indiana U School of Education. In this 48-minute interview from 2011 he shares a tremendous amount of history about IST, Instructional Design, Instructional Science, Instructional Psychology, Educational Technology and related.

Thanks to Blair Kettle M.Ed. for sharing the video – and the text above – on LinkedIn on June 2, 2020.

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