Monthly Archives: May 2011

Redefining Corporate Training: Relationships and Results

I strongly believe that there is a better model to deliver corporate training than the data dump, one time in a training room, model that is so common across companies today.  It seems as though for many companies they have … Continue reading

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Project Leadership

The team at Instructional Design Open Studio (IDOS) blog had an interesting write-up on project leadership and tips for a successful project planning meeting (link here).   Managing that initial meeting is critical to understanding the motivations and needs, and therefore … Continue reading

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Gaming and Learning

An interesting discussion over dinner last night.  Friends were talking about their son’s interest in cars and racing (to the point that he has received a sponsorship opportunity).  They credit video games for helping foster his passion in racing as … Continue reading

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