Here are my snap stories for the week of 20 March… Wednesday 22 March 2017 – Work Out Loud Wednesday Today I talked about the concept of an ‘internal influencer’ or intrapreneur or change agent. I had been talking to a colleague about the concept of ‘influencer’ which seems to ... read more
Despite rumors to the contrary, Instructional Design is not dead. You may have noticed the many articles and blog posts stating that instructional design is dead, and by extension, so is the role of Instructional Designer. I even saw this tweet the other day (in part)…”When will instructional designers ... read more
Something struck me during this year’s Virtual Reality Working Out Loud Week. Billed as an event for “anyone who is working with or experimenting with virtual reality, whether that be at home, at school or at work”, this was the second time I had run it. Again I was keen ... read more
Source: Ryan TraceyPublished on 2017-03-06By Ryan Tracey
This is my fifth and final post about the FocusOn Learning conference that wrapped in Austin, Texas. This video log discusses day 3 of the conference, my brief summary, and leaving Austin. In this video, David Kelly, Bianca Woods, Joe Ganci, and Nancy Reyes. This also includes a brief clip of my ... read more
HR Planning and Strategy courses eventually come around to the distasteful topic of “downsizing”. They talk about “survivors” and politely organic methods of reducing headcounts, like attrition, and smart moves like work redesign and evolution, but there are many times when an organization – rightly or wrongly – just chooses ... read more
Cycle meetings or POA (plan of action) meetings are common staple a few times a year within the pharmaceutical business. These meetings usually bring together the sales colleagues and present an opportunity to calibrate the team on action plans, build reinforcement around key strategies, provide an update on the market ... read more
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