Organizational success is fundamentally determined by how well people actually end up performing the day to day work of the organization. Every effort an organization makes to lead, manage, develop, train, and support people, should be judged and valued according to its contribution to effective performance on-the-job, all the time, everywhere. It’s the endgame. It’s what fundamentally matters. This blog section provides articles in seven areas. Click on any area to get to blogs specific for that topic or scroll below to access the most current blogs.
Change is hard, especially in the Learning & Development (L&D) Field! The irony of this revelation is that those of us in the L&D profession are supposed to be in the business of helping our learners navigate change! We want our learners to be flexible, dynamic, self-motivated learners. Yet, my experience is that we are […]
Originally published on the Performance Support Community website on 20 February 2013 We’ve now talked about the value of demonstrating ROI for your training efforts, and we’ve talked about making sure we measure all the right things. It’s no longer enough (not sure it was ever enough) to just measure training efforts. We must trace […]
Originally published on the Performance Support Community website on 11 March 2013 Like many of you, we’re on the move—a lot. It gives us a chance to visit and talk with many of you about your learning challenges, including how you support performance in your organization. We’ve seen everything from the most basic to the […]
Originally published on the Performance Support Community website on 13 November 2013 Here’s a reality: The closer learners are to the place and moment of Apply, the more open and ready they are to learn. Consider your own learning mindset while in the workflow. Now think about your learning mindset in the fabricated environment of a […]
Originally published on the Performance Support Community website on 14 January 2013 It’s January 2013 and the dam is about to burst. For the past few years I think we’ve become a little complacent, plugging our finger in the dike and standing in ankle-deep water. But that’s about to change! The economic downturn of 2009 is now […]
Originally published on the Performance Support Community website on 24 January 2013 These days it seems we don’t go anywhere without a mobile connection of some kind. Smartphones and now tablets are just part of our daily existence, allowing us to stay connected wherever we are. No one who’s seriously gone mobile should be surprised to […]
Originally published on the Performance Support Community website on 27 May 2014 Due to the success, amazing participation in our last webinar entitled “Top 5 Discussions around making PS Work,” and requests for copies of the chat, we decided to publish it as our next blog article. We actually started with 7 of the more […]