On April 27, 2011, Clark Quinn and I kicked off a meeting of the Chief Learning Officer Executive Network at Symantec in Mountain View. The Executive Networks people took notes; here are the main points from my presentation.
Work Is Changing
Work is no longer just doing just what is in your job description.
In 1986, 75% of the knowledge that a worker needed was stored in their heads.
By 2006, that number was estimated to be 9%. The needed information is no longer in the worker’s mind but Continue reading →
An analyst reports that her company’s research finds that only 30% of U.S. companies spent money on informal learning tools or services last year. Of those, big companies spent $16,000 on average; little ones spent $5600.
What an astounding finding! The only way I can imagine coming up with these Continue reading →