Interesting article on this in Harvard Business Review suggests that social networks may create the most creativity if they oscillate between distributed and central processing. Click to read the article.

This Friday February 6th, Dr. Roy Pollock will join me for a Brown Bag Learning Webinosh (short webinar) to talk about How to Build Measurement into Our Training-Development Processes.

We'll talk about this by reviewing our newly released job aid. Click the link below to get the job aid:

Building Measurement Into Your Training-Development Plan

Roy is co-author of the groundbreaking book, Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning, and the just-released book, "Getting your Money's Worth from Training-and-Development," which is fantastic by the way (see my blog post on this tomorrow).

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Magna Publications invited me to speak to its members about Situation-Based Learning Design. We had a great discussion in an online webinar. While the participants came because they were college professors/instructors interested in online learning, I emphasized the general application of the principles and concepts.

I even gave an example of how teaching poetry could be situation-based.

Magna was so pleased with the results that they are now selling CD's of my webinar presentation.

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Training Media Review, a hearteningly unbiased source, just releases its 2009 report on Learning Management Systems.

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