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Blueprinting the learner journey

Following from my last post on design thinking in learning & development, here is a set of slides I’ve used in a few workshops on blueprinting the learner journey. As a process, I’ve found blueprinting to be really useful in thinking through the whole experience and activities for any learning intervention.

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Workplace learning in 10 years

The Learning Circuits‘ Big Question on the future of workplace learning has had a good range of responses summarised by Tony Karrer here. Interesting to not the continued acknowledgment of a merging of work and learning mirroring the recognition of the role of informal and non-formal learning in the workplace (see here and here). This is an acknowledgment of what…

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21st century L&D [link]

A thought provoking presentation here from Harold Jarche on the training department of the 21st century. Thinking about organisations (and departments within organisations) in terms of the balance between structure, processes and relationships, the drivers Harold point to suggest that relationships should be the focus for those involved in building the capacities of organisations. Structure and processes should be directed…

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What learners want

An interesting post here from Michele Martin reflecting on a new survey from the Masie Centre. As Michele points out, the results may indicate that either learners are taking more responsibility for their own work-based learning, or employers are investing less in learning (less than their employees recognise is required), or more likely, a combination of the two. It is…

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