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How Knowledge Workers Learn

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How Knowledge Workers Learn

Psychology archive, 2002
 

Don’t Call Them Trainees

Hans Monderman is a Dutch traffic engineer who is gaining fame for what he doesn’t do

 

Ingredients of Future Learning (12 mins.), Online Educa 2007

 

How People Learn, 2003

Learning is the pathway to doing. If an instructor teaches something and nothing changes, no learning took place.

 

Food for Thought, LiNEZine (2001). Treat the learner as a customer. Make it easy for the learner to buy (learn). Use interactivity, relevance, wit, and excitement to keep the learner/customer engaged. If the customers aren't buying, it's your fault, not theirs. The learning revolution is over.

 

Leveraging the People Value Chain (for SmartForce, 2000). "Companies looking for workers who take orders, understand discipline, and put the welfare of the company above their own will be disappointed. Workers like this no longer exist. While some companies decry high turnover, others turn the mindset of the new recruit to their advantage. After all, they want innovators, not followers. They prefer self-starters who will do what's right rather than waiting for instructions.

 

The DNA of eLearning, with Ian Hamilton (2002). "eLearning technologies, as platforms for business-critical training needs, simply don't do what companies need or envision them to do. The fact of the matter is that different companies need them to do different things. Lacking the ability to purchase an effective eLearning technology platform, companies certainly cannot be convinced to purchase third-party eLearning content to play on these platforms."

 

Self Esteem, 2001. ...human beings are innately inclined toward becoming constructive, life-affirming, responsible, and trustworthy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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