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Jay Cross is a champion of informal learning and systems thinking. His calling is to help business people improve their performance on the job.


He has challenged conventional wisdom about how adults learn since designing the first business degree program offered by the University of Phoenix three decades ago. He helped spark the eLearning revolution and served as CEO of eLearning Forum for its first five years. Jay is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Business School.


Internet Time Group LLC has provided advice and guidance to Cisco, Eaton, Diageo, Intel, IBM, Sun, Genentech, Novartis, Smartforce, HP, the CIA, Reed Learning, and the World Bank. Ours was among the first learning blogs. We have brought international attention to the importance of informal learning in enterprise.



Jay frequently works in concert with togetherLearn, a multidisciplinary think tank. We help organizations reduce time-to-performance, chop overhead, and increase innovation. 




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Current thoughts on social media, online informal learning, enlightened re-sizing of legacy training functions, what Obama should be thinking about, what my colleagues in togetherlearn are up to.


Informal Learning Blog & last 100 posts  

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80 free articles and chapters on how learning inspires people, boosts organizational profits, and accelerates innovation.




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It's ironic, but while I am a founder of the unbook movement and now write primarily for the cloud, I've written several regular books and chapters in more than a dozen. I put as much of this online as possible -- because I want to propogate the ideas they contain. Go here for free chapters and excerpts


Don't miss this one:


Informal Learning: Rediscovering the Natural Pathways that Inspire Innovation and Performance

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What is informal learning?





Implementing eLearning

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Non-profit band of true believers out to make learning better


Corporate Learning Trends and Innovations

An entirely free online alternative to training conferences


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Envisioning the workforce of 2015




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No More Learners, 3 1/2 half minutes

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eLearning must become social learning, six minutes

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Thinking about Informal Learning and Web 2.0, ten minutes

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