Learning Technologies in the Workplace
The result of 16 years’ observing why some learning technology implementations succeed and others fail, Learning Technologies in the Workplace is invaluable reading for today’s L&D professionals, whether they plan to implement a new technology, or simply make the most of what they have.
The book provides a set of tools to help an implementation succeed, including tips on stakeholder management, demonstrating value, effective performance consulting and maintaining systems post-launch.
L&D Global Sentiment Survey
The annual L&D Global Sentiment Survey asks learning and development practitioners globally what will be ‘hot’ in the upcoming 12 months.
Now in its fourth year, the survey reveals what the profession is thinking about learning technology world-wide.
Donald is managing editor for Inside Learning Technologies and Skills Magazine, and also sits on the editorial advisory boards of the International Journal of HR Development and University of Texas’s Global Handbook for Workplace L&D.
In addition, Donald writes regularly, contributing to a range of titles as well as to his monthly column in Training Journal.
Inside Learning and Technologies Magazine
Whats in a Word , ILTM 47 January 2014
In praise of memory , ILTM 46 December 2013
1990 The year when everything changed , ILTM 45 November 2013
Time for a makeover , ILTM 44 October 2013
Getting out of the the training ghetto , ILTM 43 April 2013
Learning and Development at the crossroads ,ILTM 30 Dec 2010
The Future of Learning at Work
The future of learning at work part 5 – capability building,Training Zone , July 2011
The future of learning at work part 4 – performance support,Training Zone , June 2011
The future of learning at work: part 3 -personal learning support, Training Zone , June 2011
The future of learning at work: part 2 -skills management,Training Zone , June 2011
The future of learning at work: part 1 – setting the scene, Training Zone , June 2011
It’s time to drop e-learning, Training Zone, July 2007
The learning and development profession is not a profession – not yet, anyway. If it were, it wouldn’t so avidly adopt and adapt half-truths.
Modern myths of learning: The creative right brain, Training Zone, June 2009
Modern myths of learning: You only use 10% of your brain, Training Zone, August 2008
Top read of 2008: Modern myths of learning: You only remember 10% of what you read, Training Zone, December 2008 (This was Training Zone’s most read article of 2008.)
Why training ROI doesn’t matter, Training Zone, April 2007
Future proof: IT and the digital native, Training Zone, March 2007
Competencies and Learning
Capability Management: L&D’s Future, or Another Fad?, Training Zone, October 2007
What Competencies Tell Us About L&D, Training Zone, December 2007
Your Boss Doesn’t Care About Training, Inside Learning Technologies Magazine, October 2006