Global Business eLearning Hubs And The Cloud

Innovations in technology such as hybrid clouds, quantum computers, and immersive VR are shaping the future of global business as it slowly emerges from the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic. Do we need to ask what has changed? Do we need a new vision on how businesses should/must evolve?

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The Prime Directive Of 21st-Century eLearning Design: Part 2

eLearning design needs to make the great leap forward to take advantage of emerging technologies that will advance the cause of engaging, effective, and efficient learning that capitalizes on what learning science tells us about how our employees at all levels learn.

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The Prime Directive Of 21st-Century eLearning Design: Part 1

The term “the Prime Directive” harkens back to the days of the TV show “Star Trek.” This directive was the binding force that united the federation of planets in a common goal and mission. Can we learn something from this that could give us direction for Instructional Design in the 21st century?

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SMEs: Evolution Or Revolution In A Post-Pandemic World?

It is no secret that with the global effects of COVID-19 that all facets of business life have been impacted. This is especially true in regard to how Instructional Designers have become more dependent upon SMEs to enable them to meet their goals. However, have SMEs adapted to new realities?

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Will The Rise Of AI Eliminate Instructional Design By Humans?—Part 1

One of the new advances that is now coming more into the spotlight in global business is Artificial Intelligence. The rise of AI has been accelerated as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on global business. Can AI in effect do what human Instructional Designers have done in the past?

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Fail Safe: The Needed Paradigm Shift, Part 2

The training culture has been with us since the Industrial Revolution of the late 19th to the early 20th century. At the time, it served its purpose to maintain effective production. The demands of the 21st century effectively state that the training culture needs a paradigm shift to a learning culture.
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Fail Safe: Business Culture And The New eLearning, Part 1

As we venture more and more into new technologies that are increasingly impacting on the way organizations do business, we are starting to recognize the importance of the knowledge economy. How well we are performing is reflected upon whether or not our learning culture has a failsafe in place.
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Learning Cultures: A New Horizon And Metamorphosis – Part 1

eLearning and the expanding potential of the web are creating new opportunities for change but, in reality, the change is similar to the biological metamorphosis that happens when a larva or caterpillar changes into something completely different by design.
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Elements Of A True Learning Culture: Employee Engagement

As suggested in Part I of this article, the development of a true learning culture within business organizations is no longer a “we will experiment with this if we have time but let’s keep doing what we have always done” choice. It has become an essential to healthy organizational growth that enables an organization to truly compete on the new digital playing field.
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The Time Traveler’s Journey: Re-Living Historical Events Through Immersive Scenarios – Part 2

This article is a continuing exploration of immersive scenario learning. Part I was published as a Pulse Article in LinkedIn in Oct. 2016. In Part II, we look at a specific historical scenario called the Manhattan Project and how it might be designed into a course.
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