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Marketers and trainers are the storytellers of your org

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I’ve been mulling this question over for days, asking people for input, reading on it…. Are marketers and trainers the storytellers of an organization? This video showed up in my stream today, and it makes me believe that I’m on … Continue reading

Let’s get content out of silos (aka what needs to be done to make content marketing work)

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Last week when I was at the FSU Instructional System’s anniversary conference, I begged people in the program to stop thinking their skills are only useful in the Learning and Development organizations. I have been thinking a lot about the … Continue reading

logistics – an important part of instructional design

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This a medicine-induced blog post (yay flu) – so its sort of a stream of consciousness post. We learn by doing. Work is learning. When we design training, we try to figure out what people need to do, then we design the … Continue reading

Good things on the horizon – courtesy of Inktank

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All good things must come to an end they say. And for me, one of those things ended last Friday…..which was my last day at Dell. I had a great experience at Dell. I was there to see them launch … Continue reading

Book Review: Social Media for Trainers

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This book review is about Social Media for Trainers: Techniques for Enhancing and Extending Learning by Jane Bozarth. The first thing I want to say is that in my opinion, this book is not just for trainers. If you are … Continue reading

Blogging as Reflective Practice

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I’ve been mulling this post over for a few days now. But after reading some of Harold Jarche’s posts, I have decided now is not the time to be scared to speak up. 🙂 I know everyone does not understand … Continue reading