Archive for July, 2012

Can Learning Professionals Not Afford to Learn?

Ok, so hold on for my rant. I plan to be ranting for a few posts so you may want to revisit in the coming weeks to see what is annoying me to no end. I am VERY annoyed! I am annoyed for a few reasons and if you are involved in some way with employee performance and development you need to here this and/or be annoyed too.

In this post, I am embarrassed about how learning professionals shirk their responsibility to be learners themselves. I am shocked that those with the responsibility for learning within organizations (and even in academia) fail to challenge what they know and make no attempt to discover what they don’t know. Read the rest of this entry »


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Return on Expectations: 7 Critical Flaws that Undermine Training Effectiveness

(This article is originally published by June 13, 2012

So, here we go again with another problematic methodology called “return on expectations” (ROE). Just when training professionals are in damage control with the disappointment of “training ROI,” out of the woodwork, comes another “quick-fix” and repackaged methodology trying to demonstrate training impact on business objectives. ROE, however, is a more elusive and misleading approach compared to others that came before. Read the rest of this entry »

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