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Internet Time Group

We help you frame the right questions about boosting your organization's brain power fast enough to keep up with the challenges of the future. 

 

(customer oriented pitch)

 

Let us help you ask the right questions  and carry out 

 

Currently celebrating our tenth anniversary, we've helped Cisco, Eaton, Diageo, Intel, IBM, Sun, Genentech, Smartforce, HP and others work smarter, replace traditional training with informal learning, and take advantage of their collaborative intelligence. Here's how we do it.

 

 

 

Six minds think better than one. We frequently work in concert with togetherLearn, a multidisciplinary think tank. togetherLearn develops learning architectures that reduce time-to-performance, chop overhead, and increase innovation. 

 

Freebies

Viewpoints, articles, and chapters on how boosting brainpower accelerates innovation, inspires workers, and increases profits. 

 

Informal Learning Page 

Seminal Documents & Seminal videos 

 

Search all Internet Time sites

 

 

 

Jay Cross

Jay Cross has challenged conventional wisdom about how adults learn since designing the first business degree program offered by the University of Phoenix. Jay helped spark the eLearning revolution and served as CEO of eLearning Forum for its first five years. He is an authority getting business results through informal learning.

 

An inspirational speaker and prolific author, he enjoys invention, experimentation, and art. Jay is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Business School.

 

Connections

 

Flow 

Informal Learning Blog & last 100 posts  

Internet Time Blog & last 100 posts

togetherLearn blog

Jay's Tumblr

Informal Learning Flow aggregates articles from sites Jay follows.    

 

Customers

Portal

 

Interface

 

 

 

 

 

Currently celebrating its tenth anniversary, Internet Time Group LLC helps organizations boost their collective brainpower. We have helped companies like Cisco, Eaton, Diageo, Intel, IBM, Sun, Genentech, Novartis, Smartforce, and HP...

 

  • become more responsive to change
  • replace traditional training with learning on-demand
  • facilitate teamwork & collaboration
  • raise collective intelligence with social networks
  • raise the bar from passing the test to learning without limits

 

Here's what we do.

 

We prefer to work in concert with togetherLearn, a multidisciplinary think tank. togetherLearn develops learning architectures that reduce time-to-performance, chop overhead, and increase innovation.

 

 

 

 Connections

 

Our founder, Jay Cross, has challenged conventional wisdom about how adults learn since designing the first business degree program offered by the University of Phoenix.

 

Jay helped spark the eLearning revolution and served as CEO of eLearning Forum for its first five years. He is an authority on informal learning in business.

 

An inspirational speaker and prolific author, he enjoys invention, experimentation, and art.

 

Jay is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Business School.

 

 

Freebies

Viewpoints, articles, and chapters on how boosting brainpower accelerates innovation, inspires workers, and increases profits.

 

 

Seminal Documents & Seminal videos

 

Flow

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  

Internet Time Blog & last 100 posts

togetherLearn blog

Jay's Tumblr

 

Informal Learning Flow aggregates articles from sites Jay follows.    

 

Customer Portal

Learnscaping resources

   

 

 

 

 

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