The attached file is background info that educators such as myself who specialize in vocational education or what the corporate calls learning, development, skills based learning, performance based learning, technical training ………. the list goes on and on, is covered at the faculty of industrial education during year one of our undergrad degree program. On-boarding […]
What was best for the common good became an easy target to monetize by learning management software companies. But for educational theorists discussion of content control goes way back to the 1700’s
The Grist is your desk top reference of terminology run through the corporate learning and development mill.
On the contrary they do lots of hard work unfortunately at the end of the day they make whales dance on their tails. Perfectly useless unnatural behaviors
The LMS providers would argue there is no need for critical analysis
The problem with training is anyone can use the word either in their job title or in conversation rendering the word meaningless. To understand why, we need to take a look at the history of human resources. HR changed paradigms from data management to strategic planning. This move saw the outsourcing of data shift to […]
“best practices” myths are forged in the HR echo chamber
By Tom Goodwin This piece first appeared on TechCrunch – Virtually all companies are doing digital transformation wrong. We’re placing it around the edge, keeping it at arm’s length, like it’s a problem and not an opportunity. If companies are to succeed, we need to rebuild around what’s possible, with the greatest toolkit we’ve ever […]
On the evening of July 5, 2013, at about 10:50 p.m., a Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway (MMA) train arrived at Nantes, Quebec, carrying 7.7 million litres of petroleum crude oil in 72 Class 111 tank cars. Originating in New Town, North Dakota, these were bound for Saint John, New Brunswick. All of the 63 […]
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