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Jane Hart
Supporting Continuous Improvement, Learning & Development in the modern workplace. Recipient 2018 ATD Distinguished Contribution to Talent Development award.
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Jane Hart 16h
AI and automation: The benefits for business and industry <explains the difference bt AI and automation
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Jane Hart 16h
I’m just finalising the Top Tools for Learning 2018 for release on Monday, but here's a sneak preview. 2 tools have moved up into the Top 10. Who are they? Who’s out? (2017 Top 10 were YouTube, Google, PPT, Google Docs/Drive, Twitter, Word, LI, FB, WordPress, Wikipedia)
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Jane Hart 18h
Replying to @JokevA
Joke, understood. All written up in my resource, Continuous Improvement Learning & Development - - too much detail there to put into one framework diagram :( but hope to distill it into a short summary doc once all pieces are in place.
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Jane Hart 18h
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Jane Hart 19h
Replying to @JokevA
Agree, Joke, that’s implicit rather than explicit in the framework :)
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Jane Hart Sep 19
You need to see what this year’s Top 10 list looks like. It might change your thinking!! Sorry, results not published till Monday 24 Sept.
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Jane Hart Sep 18
"formal education is teaching workers the wrong things, and deep reform is essential to facilitate the development of digital knowledge and technical skills, as well as non-routine cognitive and non-cognitive (or “soft”) skills
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Jane Hart Sep 18
Replying to @caranorth11
Thanks :)
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Jane Hart Sep 17
This Is What I Believe About Learning in Organizations, says <And succinctly sums up the state of learning at work perfectly.
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Inc. Sep 14
Career success is more related to developing work relationships than skills
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Jane Hart Sep 13
Replying to @acwagner
Yes, that diagram is by me (copyright notice in the middle) although it is quite old now . Here is my Mod Prof Learners Toolkit 2018 - - but new one coming up after Top Tools for Learning 2018 released end of Sept.
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Jane Hart Sep 13
Continuous Improvement Learning & Development: An Online Resource Book for Modern Workplace Learning
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ᴛʜʀᴜᴡᴏʀᴋ Sep 12
Let’s be honest. Most L&D depts are just T&D with a new coat of paint. If you want to increase learning in your organization you don’t add more training, rather you make it easier for people to connect to others and to the information they need. More access and opportunities
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Jane Hart Sep 12
Thanks for sharing, Patrik
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Jane Hart Sep 12
Just 48 hours before the 12th Annual Digital Learning Tools survey closes (Fri 14 Sept at midday GMT). Here’s your last chance to vote for the Top Tools for Learning 2018
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Klaus Meschede Sep 11
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Jane Hart Sep 11
New article in the MWL Magazine. Building a culture of continuous improvement, learning & development at work
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Jane Hart Sep 11
It’s still alive - just!!
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Jane Hart Sep 10
RIP SlideShare, It Was Good While It Lasted via
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Jane Hart Sep 10
Thanks for sharing your Top 10 Tools for Learning, Kaspar
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