Dr. Greg Ketchum shares his broadcasting expertise in this conversational podcast about the changing role of the L&D professional. Through the strategic planning of a pilot program - organizations can put the creation of mobile learning content in the hands of the end-user, and develop a program that delivers on meaningful business goals and is set up for long-term sustainability.
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Enterprise learning & development is undergoing a profound and rapid evolution from classroom and other location based venues to mobile enabled learning solutions and practices. Another way to describe this transformation is that learning and development is moving from a push (classroom) to a pull (self-directed, self-selected elearning) medium. For a pull mobile learning medium to be successful the learning and development content has to be informative, relevant, and most of all entertaining and engaging. The emergence of a new mobile learning model that is based on characteristics of a successful radio talk show does just that by offering compelling content that hits those marks of what makes for a successful pull mobile learning medium.
The phrase “Fake it til you make it” may have its uses, but let’s be real: perpetually pretending to be something or someone you’re not is exhausting. In fact, authenticity is increasingly cited as a critical element of success for business today. Consider a recent Harvard Business Review article, Creating the Best Workplace on Earth, which cites research from the London Business School indicating that employees that feel encouraged to express their authentic selves at work maintain a higher degree of commitment to the organization, greater individual performance and a stronger desire to collaborate.
This podcast interview featuring Laura Trozzi, Senior Talent Management, Kleinfelder, focuses on the journey to integrate a thriving self-directed learning program. One of the key first steps in this journey for Kleinfelder was putting mandatory ...Read more