It’s comforting to know that your discipline is older than any other department in your corporation. Discomforting to know how far the corporate needs to travel to close the gap. Thankfully, you have thousands of years of diversity and inclusion research to draw upon.
Unfortunately, the worst attributes of the education disciple are called best practices. It comes as no surprise that under such conditions, a command and control structure is required. If only they knew, that people can sustain the system with little or no input from the corporation.
Notice there are no books on learning management systems, learning content management systems, Blooms taxonomy or Kirkpatrick.
What is EdCamp?A group of like minded people who work in the field of education. No, you don’t need a degree and no you don’t need to work at a school or a learning institution. If you are in business and you work in learning and development you are an educator. Period. You can participate […]
Corporate learning myths
At OT we look to the field of education i.e., the discipline of education to solve business problems. We do not agree with the model that uses business solutions to solve education problems. We prefer to reverse the model and preface what we do with a question. Is this course of action in the best […]
Your world is not third party half baked learning theories disavowed by the people that wrote the books.
The attached file is background info that educators such as myself who specialize in vocational education or what the corporate calls learning, development, skills based learning, performance based learning, technical training ………. the list goes on and on, covered at the faculty of industrial education during year one of our undergrad degree program. On-boarding material […]
What was best for the common good became an easy target to monetize by learning management software companies. But for educational theorists discussion of content control goes way back to the 1700’s
The Grist is your desk top reference of terminology run through the corporate learning and development mill.