Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Death of eLearning

It is with a sad note that I am the learning physician that has to declare that elearning (as it now exists) is dead.  I am positive that many of you are going to say “WHAT”?   eLearning has had a … Continue reading

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Corporate Training Choices Explained

There are many types of corporate training.  People often ask what type of training is best. While on the surface, it may seem that there is a reasonable response, the program is more problematic.  Each type of training has inherent strengths … Continue reading

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Hiring a Chief Learning Officer?

This past month has been a busy one.  I have found myself in discussions with a number of companies that are seeking a Chief Learning Officer (CLO), or the equivalent.  Many of the discussions have originated with the company’s need … Continue reading

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