Since the 1990s self-paced (asynchronous) online learning has seemed like Camelot for corporate training departments: It is the mythical, low-cost, low-interference way of training employees to increase productivity or comply with regulations. Although 90% of companies
I was going through my old files a few days ago when I saw my article on self-reflection.
Which do you prefer: to sit in a room and listen to a speaker talk for four hours straight or to hear a few concepts and then figure out how you can use it for your own purposes? Most people will tell you that they prefer the latter. In general, adult learners prefer to learn by taking some new information and immediately applying it to a rea
La formation est un outil extrêmement puissant et important pour transformer, modifier le comportement des apprenants dans leur milieu professionnel et pour les aider à changer leurs habitudes afin d’améliorer leurs performances, combler des lacunes ou encore e
Despite the record number of deaths, the devastation to the economy, and the social isolation, the dark cloud of COVID-19 has had some silver linings. Nature rebounded, technology advanced, and the amount of online content soared. So much free content is available that many do not want to pay for professional development anymore. But the adag
Supporting learning is an important component of capacity-building projects, which is often neglected. The aim of this post is to situate the learning transfer in capacity-building projects, justify its importance, and talk about how it can be best implemented.
J’aimerais vous parler aujourd’hui d’un sujet extrêmement important et qui traite de la relation entre l’adoption d’une attitude positive dans notre quotidien et dans notre environnement professionnel et notre efficience au travail (et celle de nos collaborateurs/ices).
In my June post, I talked about how employees are tools for business sustainability. This month I want to emphasize the need for your employees to work as a TEAM for your business sustainability.
"Those who keep learning will keep rising in life" ― Charlie Munger
Je me rappellerai toujours de l'histoire de l'entreprise Kodak qui, par manque d'innovation, n'a pas su anticiper et prendre le tournant du numérique, ce qui lui a causé de grosses difficultés et la perte de son statut de leader dans le domaine de la photographie