The world of work has changed. Our industry has been changing for many years, but 2020 has placed the spotlight directly on corporate training. Not only did the entire planet move their lives online, but businesses are now being required to report data on Human Capital Management efforts. It's the perfect time for us to talk about the reality of our expanding role within organizations we serve.
Sam Rogers joins us to discuss the realities of working with data and analytics within a large enterprise. We'll find out how Sam got the analytics ball rolling and some of the hurdles he had to jump to keep it going. You don't want to miss this timely and relevant conversation as we launch into the new year.
This episode will focus on creating your own characters and scenes for your eLearning. Since it's the holiday season we'll be keeping the show festive with a holiday theme, but rest assured these tips will be immediately applicable to your eLearning development.
Join us for a conversation with Margie Meacham as we discuss what Artificial Intelligence is and how our organizations can prepare for it. We'll also discuss what this means for your career, so be sure to tune in!
There's always been a steady flow of educators moving from teaching in schools to creating instruction and teaching within industry. But with thousands of educators leaving their beloved education careers behind, they're rapidly transitioning into the enterprise faster than ever.
Kati Ryan is an L&D consultant in San Francisco who is stepping up her practice and supporting her clients with improved leadership development. The pandemic has caused many consultants to pivot their business. Join us for a conversation that is sure to level up your training department and your career.
Clark Aldrich is a legend in corporate training simulations and games for learning. And one of the few experts who can seamlessly move between corporate training issues, academia, and government concerns related to education and learning. And as far as I know, one of the only training professionals to be quoted by a former US President. Needless to say, we had a LOT to talk about in this special episode of IDIODC, but we primarily discussed Clark’s latest work in "short sims" and the value th...
Virtual training courses have been in huge demand since the global pandemic shutdown. A boom for consultants like Kassy LaBorie who happen to be Master Virtual Classroom Trainers. Kassy join us to share her latest books, her favorite virtual training tips & tricks, and report from the front lines of the new normal in workforce training: The Zoom Training Session.
If you're new to the industry or an experienced pro, you'll enjoy this open and honest conversation about why we make the decisions we do in often misunderstood environment of the corporate training professional.
DxH is a design collective and apprenticeship program pairing experienced creatives with fresh faces to collaborate on real-world projects advocating for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). They work on all topics regarding equity, diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism. Their mission is to up-skill Black Americans and allies committed to the pursuit of learning-by-doing into LX, design, and technical roles through our immersive design boot camp. To provide various creative service...
The term Learning Engineer is still new for many in the world of Learning and Development. In this episode of IDIODC we look at how one Learning Engineer scaled up a learning solution in Zambia. The struggles her team encountered were similar to what you find in other countries and organizations. Our guest, Jodi Lis, shares her experience with the large scale project in Africa and also tell us about the work being done to standardize the new title: Learning Engineer.