These are my experiences on Day 1, a few seconds at a time. Thanks for watching! @tomspiglanin This work by Tom Spiglanin is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.Based on a work at tom.spiglanin.com.
In my previous post, I mentioned how my role in workplace learning and development (L&D) had fundamentally changed this past year. I am now responsible for (gasp) face-to-face, instructor-led, sage-on-stage classes. These are the same classes I’d been complaining about … Continue reading →
I’m busy preparing for the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) annual International Conference and Exposition (ICE) that starts tomorrow in Washington, D.C. As I work through the online agenda planner, I’m looking sessions that help me better understand … Continue reading →
During a “Morning Buzz” session at DevLearn in Las Vegas last week, we talked about how the Learning and Development (L&D) profession in general hasn’t evolved to address the rapidly changing workplace environment and increasing customer expectations. We started by … Continue reading →
This post is my third summarizing some of what I learned during the ASTD International Conference and Expo that wrapped in Dallas last week. This theme, a strong one at the conference, deals with some of the basics of training delivery and … Continue reading →
I wrote earlier how the word “training” was making a comeback after a brief period of exile (“Back in Style“). During the conference, I participated in several great concurrent sessions on enhancing training delivery using technology, including: Gamification with Robert … Continue reading →
Throughout the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) International Conference, I noted several themes, one of which was the modern challenge of making sense of the massive amount of information on the Internet accessible at our fingertips. During Monday’s … Continue reading →
I led a session on Day 3 of LSCon called Suddenly Social: A Year of Workplace Learning Using Social Media. As part of the session, I ran a Twitter chat with the audience that also engaged people from my personal … Continue reading →