An astute VP at LSI Logic was concerned with the meager results of the company’s classroom training. He wanted LSI to focus more on building competencies and less on training events. Workers at LSI had been happy to pick and choose traditional training from a buffet of offerings. Taking Continue reading Close the training department?→
In this 12-minute closing presentation at Learning Technologies 2009 in London, I describe the global economic cataclysm and learning in the longest-lived culture in the world, the Aborigines of Australia.
Corporations are flocking to eLearning for all the wrong reasons. It’s cheaper: no travel, no facilities cost, no instructor salaries. This sort of fanciful thinking tripped up eLearning ten years ago.