I started this last week, posting about 4-5 articles related to learning & development issues from each week which I believe are worth a few minutes of your time. I hope that you’ll pay attention to these blog and sites in general, as I frequent them daily, and they have a lot of valuable information.
So with that said, here are 4 articles from this week:
Millennials Have Information, Not Knowledge (Chief Learning Officer, Ask a Gen. Y blog) – an interview with Tru Pettigrew, founder and CEO of Tru Access, a conduit between youth and corporations. The interview examines the link between information and knowledge.
eLearning Guild Research: Mobile Learning for Supporting Workers’ Performance (Learning Solutions mag) – a case study of the use of mobile devices to support employee learning.
Agile Organizations More Likely to Experience Growth, Research Claims (Training Journal) – Organizations are placing too much emphasis on cost reduction and not enough importance on initiatives to fuel growth, according to new research from transformation consultancy Moorhouse.
So How do you Know Can Learn and Adapt and Master Constant Change (Janet Clarey’s blog, Spinning the Social Web) – What are the most relevant and valuable professional development needs for today’s training and learning technologies practitioners? How do YOU show a potential employer that you’re progressing? Janet takes a look.