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Sam Rogers
complex to simple. boring to fun. cookie-cutter to creative.
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Sam Rogers 21h
Replying to @kevinmyates
Thanks Kevin! I'll add that to my list of titles :D
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Sam Rogers 23h
Today marks my 10th golive for a client. Cornerstone, Saba, SumTotal, Moodle, and in this case Litmos. Each has its own strengths & weaknesses, none will solve your organizational problems for you :)
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Sam Rogers Jun 22
Thanks Helen! Jane, I'm in the US (Ant is closer) but if I can help from here just let me know :)
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Sam Rogers Jun 21
If you're under 35 (might have changed by now) you can get a student visa in NZ pretty easy. I did. Another thing you can do when the delivery is digital is form a company where you're a citizen and take work where ever else you are. I did that too. Recommend Puerto Rico for US.
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Sam Rogers Jun 21
Replying to @mlassoff
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Sam Rogers Jun 21
Replying to @bizlearningdude
Totally agree! That’s why when I hear this comment, I pause. The one who said it just exposed their vulnerability, and no amount of logic will make them feel safe now. There is a better way forward than pushing.
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Sam Rogers Jun 21
Replying to @jachutchinson
Yeah, I’m pretty sure that’s what my parents meant too :D
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Sam Rogers Jun 21
Replying to @acteamo
Thanks for sharing!
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Sam Rogers Jun 21
When I someone says "but we've always done it this way!" I hear "I secretly have no idea what I'm doing or why and I really don't want you to call me out on this right here & now, please!"
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Sam Rogers Jun 20
Here's hoping that someday we actually DO learn people! Because then we can truly serve them. Until that fine day, sure I guess we'll just keep shoving eLearning at them and hope they click til it sticks...or something.
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Sam Rogers Jun 20
Last call to apply for this specific AltMBA cohort! I did, and plan to make the most of this fantastic opportunity, just as I have all of Seth's other programs. IMHO, nobody does online learning better than Seth.
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Sam Rogers Jun 20
What we make is Training. What people do (if we don't screw that up) is Learning. But because our L&D terminology is driven by vendors not by standards, we can't even get our words right & talk ourselves in circles. I understand is gonna fix that though. Right, JD? ;)
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Sam Rogers Jun 20
I always say "It's like learning, but with an E" ;) Point being, we don't have a good definition of what constitutes the work product that we call "Learning" anyway.
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Sam Rogers Jun 19
eLearning Scenario Tips via
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Sam Rogers Jun 19
I'm migrating content for a client launching globally on a new next week. I've done this probably a dozen times, I was better prepared than ever this time, and still when it comes down to the final stretch...it's inevitably a 60-80hr week. Always with the surprises! :D
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Sam Rogers Jun 18
The Audience, The Experience & The Report: get those three things right and nothing else in matters. Get any one wrong, and nothing else matters...no matter how good your or or !
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Sam Rogers Jun 17
Next conference speaking appearance: TechLearn by Training Magazine! "Smartphone Cinema for L&D"
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Sam Rogers Jun 15
Replying to @danielstaten
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Sam Rogers Jun 15
Having written, directed, produced, performed, designed, engineered, and created shows, I use the word “produced” for training. A start to finish awareness of the entire process is required, from micro to macro. And the audience is only aware of a small piece of it.
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Sam Rogers Jun 14
Ever have a whole week full of Mondays?
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