Editor’s note: Charles Jennings explains how adults learn and how L&D can respond accordingly. He uses his 70:20:10 framework as the tool for turning courses thinking into campaign thinking. Whether or not you are a fan of 70:20:10 there is lots of useful thinking here.
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Editor’s note: Great interview with leading L&D thinker Charles Jennings, who looks at the shifting trends in corporate learning.
Editor’s note: A great article by Charles Jennings on the psychological and emotional factors at play in behaviour change.
Editor’s note: Charles Jennings looks at findings from the Corporate Leadership Council’s ‘Training Effectiveness Dashboard’ study and looks at the ingredients for building a culture of continuous learning.
Editor’s note: Following on from Epic’s compliance training event this week, where Charles Jennings spoke, we thought it would be good timing to share this piece by Jennings on whether or not compliance training actually works.
Editor’s note: The 22-minute video of Charles Jennings’ talk to Learning technologies 2013 on how adults learn.
Editor’s note: Charles Jennings expands his thinking on extracting learning from work rather than putting it in, which is what L&D has been very good at doing – something he talked about Learning technologies 2013. So what does this flipped approach to learning look like for L&D?
In his talk at the Learning Technologies Conference 2013, former chief learning officer at Reuters…
Editor’s note: Charles Jennings reflects on the demise of retailer HMV and draws out some lessons for L&D.
Editor’s note: Are we guilty of taking a deterministic view of ‘training’ in the workplace? Charles Jennings unpicks this approach and provides an alternative way of thinking about the role of learning in the workplace.
Two years old but well worth your time. Charles Jennings looks at the eight reasons…