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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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MITSloan Mgmt Review Nov 11
Leaders seeking to initiate digital change must model the behaviors they want to see — ,
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Jane Hart Nov 11
MWL Newsletter No 90. News and articles about Modern Workplace Learning (MWL) for the week 4-10 Nov. [TBL to save the Web, how to understand company culture, take the robot jobs test, 4 myths about the skills gap, & more]
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Jane Hart Nov 10
Replying to @patrikbergman
But unfortunately still too often sold as the only platform (for learning) an organisation needs :(
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Jane Hart Nov 10
Replying to @patrikbergman
As I say, LMS has its place - but it is no longer the hub of learning in the organisation - because learning happens in so many ways that it can’t be managed by one system.
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Jane Hart Nov 10
Do you need an LMS in the modern workplace? (An extract from my new book, Continuous Improvement Learning & Development)
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Jane Hart Nov 9
“If companies really want to help employees gain new skills, there has to be a basic understanding of what learning is really all about.” These 4 myths about the skills gap will hold your company back
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Jane Hart Nov 9
Simple! Define performance/business metrics up front, measure with the managers (not as activity in a LMS)
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Jane Hart Nov 9
How YouTubers are turning to education through viral videos
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Jane Hart Nov 9
Replying to @sifowler @GKretinin
I do so enjoy banging my head against the wall !!!!!
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Jane Hart Nov 9
Replying to @GKretinin @sifowler
For some maybe. For others clearly not.
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Jane Hart Nov 9
2/2 So it means new ways of working - much closer to the ground - with individuals and managers alike as I explain in great detail here This is the new work of L&D and not all about designing/delivering and managing stuff.
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Jane Hart Nov 9
1/2 The trouble is trying to isolate L&D's contribution to performance improvement; it can’t easily be done - which is why there is focus on capturing activity data (in a LMS) to try & show value. But this is no longer an appropriate way to demonstrate service effectiveness.
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Jane Hart Nov 9
Replying to @kevinmyates
No it’s usually activity data - that’s the big problem.
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Jane Hart Nov 9
Replying to @GKretinin @sifowler
The trouble is trying to isolate L&D's contribution to performance improvement; it can’t easily be done - which is why there is focus on capturing attendance/usage data (in a LMS) to try & show value. But this is no longer an appropriate way to demonstrate service effectiveness.
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Jane Hart Nov 8
The L&D service is ONLY effective if it can help to bring about performance improvement in individual jobs, teams and the organisation (as a whole) - so the ONLY valid metrics are business metrics.
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Jane Hart Nov 8
Replying to @pmsurya @rucsb and 13 others
The L&D service is ONLY effective if it can help to bring about performance improvement in jobs, teams and the organisation (as a whole) - so the ONLY valid metrics are business metrics.
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Jane Hart Nov 8
Spotlighting Clark Quinn in the MWL track at LearnTec 2019
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Jane Hart Nov 7
Both orgs and individuals need to understand the imperative for lifelong learning and build a culture that enables and supports it
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Jane Hart Nov 7
Lifelong learning is not about providing access to educational opportunities but supporting the continuous (ie. daily) acquisition of knowledge and skills - in both planned and unplanned ways.
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Jane Hart Nov 7
"I have to say that the web changed my life.” by <It changed mine too!
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