Category Archives: Knowledge vs Performance

Adding Informal Learning to the Mix – Start Somewhere

How much learning and professional development takes place in an organization that is never tracked, never documented in any formal way? It just happens, as individuals reach out to a variety of people and resources to answer questions, share ideas … Continue reading

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Who Wants a Knowledge Dump?

Here’s a presentation that provides a straightforward design approach for addressing actual performance objectives, rather than “what does the learner need to know.” Beg’s the question, why do we so often opt for simply doing knowledge dumps on our learners? … Continue reading

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