Very interesting read on performance support. You may find the difference between blackbox and glassbox performance support useful when designing these types of interventions.
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Editor’s note: Train, transfer, sustain is the journey to competence, says Bob Mosher. But L&D tends to get stuck in training.
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Here are our curated tweets from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on #performance support. [View the…
Editor’s note: Frank Nguyen on the history and development of performance support and how organisations are designing it in to the learning process.
Editor’s note: A range of reasons to use performance support, from fear to it’s happening anyway. So, to stay relevant L&D must embrace it now . . .
Editor’s note: Tom Spiglanin’s exploration of performance support. It’s an experiential thing not formal training, he says.
Editor’s note: Clark Quinn looks at performance support and looks at the opportunities to use it for wider learning versus in the moment productivity gains.
Editor’s note: The last line of Julian Stodd’s post sums it up well: ‘It’s better to fit our solutions into the behaviours that are exhibited already than to try and modify those behaviours to fit our design.’
Performance support is very much on the agenda for L&D teams. Attendees at Learning Live…
Editor’s note: Clark Quinn provides a great mindmap from Bob Mosher’s keynote to the Performance Support Symposium.