Although the concept of adaptive learning isn’t new, it’s perhaps more relevant than ever. After all, we live in a world of automation, where everything from the TV shows we watch to the products we buy are personally recommended based on our unique needs and preferences. And the corporate training world is no different.
In this episode of The Business of Learning, sponsored by Realizeit, we spoke with Manoj Kulkarni, chief executive officer at Realizeit, to learn more about adaptive learning.
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31:12One of the most difficult parts of being a leader is evaluating employees’ performance: How can you really tell if your team members are hitting the mark or are falling up short? How can you make sure you’re giving the right feedback, and enough of it? And, most importantly, how can you connect the dots between individual performance and organizational success? To find out the answers to the questions above and more, we spoke with Dr. Paul Leone, an author, course instructor for Training Industry’s measurement certificate course and founder of MeasureUp consulting, and Michael Ventura, founder and former chief executive officer of Sub Rosa, a strategy and design consultancy, and author of “Applied Empathy."
The Business of Learning, Episode 46: Ready, Set, Pivot — Building Agile Learning Programs
15:49With the way we work — and learn — transforming at an unprecedented pace, building Agile learning programs is more important than ever. However, creating adaptive and flexible programs that can shift alongside business priorities isn't easy. We spoke with Marjorie Van Roon, a Certified Professional in Training Management and senior manager of learning and development at Best Buy Canada, to learn how learning leaders can build Agile learning programs that set their organizations up for success ... no matter what roadblocks lie ahead. Listen now to learn more on: The skills training professionals need to drive Agile learning processes. How Agile learning benefits individual learners and the business at large. Why Agile learning should remain a top priority for businesses today.
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The Business of Learning, Special Episode: Anatomy of Adaptive Learning in a Workforce Context
37:33Although the concept of adaptive learning isn’t new, it’s perhaps more relevant than ever. After all, we live in a world of automation, where everything from the TV shows we watch to the products we buy are personally recommended based on our unique needs and preferences. And the corporate training world is no different. In this episode of The Business of Learning, sponsored by Realizeit, we spoke with Manoj Kulkarni, chief executive officer at Realizeit, to learn more about adaptive learning.