Informal Learning

Mar 3, 2015

Life Sciences Learning Trends in Focus

There’s no denying that changes in the world economy are having an effect on every industry. And the Life Sciences industry is feeling the effect like everybody else. As budgets for learning and development get battered from all sides, the savviest Life Sciences learning organizations have realized a simple truth: it isn’t about doing more with less, it’s about fundamentally rethinking the way learning and development gets done. – Stott & Mesch, 2015 PDG’s Ann Stott and Rich Mesch recently published an article in Focus Magazine, the journal of the Life Sciences Training & Educators Network. Titled Learning in Changing Times: 5 Trends in Life Sciences Learning, the article focuses on...

There’s no denying that changes in the world economy are having an effect on every industry. And the Life Sciences industry is...

Sep 18, 2014

Leveraging Informal Learning: Four Lessons I Learned from Social Media

I am a big fan of blogs, but not just the ones we typically read for business purposes. The ones I find...

I am a big fan of blogs, but not just the ones we typically read for business purposes. The ones I find...

Nov 18, 2013

Tips for Great Performance Support

Like everything in training & performance, Performance Support is a technique, not the oTips for great performance supportne answer to all of...

Like everything in training & performance, Performance Support is a technique, not the oTips for great performance supportne answer to all of...

Jun 7, 2011

Mobile Learning is SO 10 Minutes Ago…

Imagine going out and buying a shiny new sports car. Now imagine hitching up a horse to it, and having the horse...

Imagine going out and buying a shiny new sports car. Now imagine hitching up a horse to it, and having the horse...

Oct 21, 2009

Conversations with Clark

I’m blessed to know some of the smartest people in this industry. My friend Clark Aldrich pinged me today to take a...

I’m blessed to know some of the smartest people in this industry. My friend Clark Aldrich pinged me today to take a...