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Een bron van informatie rondom Performance Support
Het actief leveren van een bijdrage aan de groeiende bron van informatie rondom Performance Support is iets waar we binnen Ontuitive trots op zijn. We zijn blij dat we onze kennis, inzichten en ervaring kunnen delen in diverse publicaties.
Hieronder vind je een lijst van interessante artikelen die zijn gepubliceerd in (inter)nationale media rondom Performance Support, inclusief bijdragen van Ontuitive's medewerkers.
published by CLO Magazine, maart 2013
Lead with survival first and sustainment second.
published by TrainingZone , maart 2013
"Performance support has a real role to play in the world of business and in turn the world of learning...to improve productivity, accomplishment, and satisfaction, in the most cost-effective way possible."
published by Training Industry Quarterly, maart 2013
Performers need instant access to only what they need.
published by Training Zone, maart 2013
Technology is key to business. Upgrades, such as the move to new versions of Windows or Office have the potential to improve productivity in the long run, but they also have the potential to cause a lot of lost productivity during a migration. Few would disagree that training is important to making the most of this. But the way we train often misunderstands how people use technology and how they learn over time.
I hate using the word “paradigm” but I honestly cannot think of anything better, so I will plow ahead and use it anyway. This so called paradigm I reference in this post represents a concept I’ve sold…we’ve sold…everybody in the Training business has sold for years – the concept that Training drives performance.
published by Training Industry Quarterly, december 2012
In this work we call training, we design, build, manage, and maintain courseware. We must develop solutions that ensure people can perform effectively.
Bridging the Gap - Integrating learning and workpublished by Towards Maturity, december 2012
KEY FINDINGS (page 15): 95% want to use technology to increase the sharing of good practice but only 25% are currently achieving this, 92% of organisations seek to use learning technologies to respond faster to business change, but only 25% achieve this; 94% of organisations seek to speed up the application of learning back into the workplace, but only 23% achieve this; and 91% seek to improve talent or performance management, but only 20% achieve this.
published by Learning Solutions Magazine, december 2012
As the New Year approaches, it’s time to look forward to what will likely dominate our conversations over the next 12 months. Some of these may be reaffirming to you, others may give you pause. You might even find some that are blinding flashes of the obvious, but nevertheless worth highlighting on your list. And if any pique your interest, don’t forget to learn more.
published by Inside Learning Technologies & Skills Magazine, november 2012
published by Living in Learning, november 2012
As is often the case, a previous blog triggers a great question that shines the light on something I either missed or have not yet spent any time developing. Several folks I’ve recently talked with have expressed concerns and asked for ideas on how to get their leadership off the dime about considering performance support as a strategic issue for the organization. My gut reaction is this – performance support (PS) is too closely tied to training.
published by Training Zone, november 2012
Laura Overton examines the recently launched 2012 Benchmark Study to discuss why now is a pivotal time for those working in L&D and what we can learn from top learning companies.
published by Kluwer , oktober 2012
Ontuitive ondersteunt medewerkers tijdens het werk en leert hen hoe zij het beste met nieuwe software kunnen omgaan. Het Nieuwe Werken (HNW) leunt steeds zwaarder op informatietechnologie. Werknemers die dat snel onder de knie hebben, verhogen de productiviteit van het bedrijf.
published by HR.square, oktober 2012
Interview met Conrad Gottfredson en Bob Mosher. Andere tijden vergen een andere aanpak van training en opleiding. Nu alles alsmaar sneller verandert, is op zijn minst een bijkomende benadering nodig die het aanleren van al die nieuwigheden snel en betaalbaar houdt. Een mogelijke oplossing vinden we bij performance support. HR.square sprak met twee prominente pleitbezorgers van het concept: de Amerikanen Conrad Gottfredson en Bob Mosher.
published by Delta Sky Mag, oktober 2012
Online learning is common in workplace training, but that doesn't mean it delivers great results. Here's how to make sure that it does.
published by Living in Learning, oktober 2012
The recent post of ”Assembling the Performance Support Strategy Puzzle” has attracted a lot of hits already, and there was one comment in particular that resonated with me…actually the question posed picked a scab from a previous life. When introducing Performance Support (PS) into an organization, I think it is important to recognize there are at least two points of view with which you will have to contend. Those that have not a clue why they should give a rip about PS, and those that fear the implications of embracing PS!
published by Living in Learning, oktober 2012
It’s hard to find any one thing in my career in corporate learning more satisfying than the recent buzz surrounding Performance Support (PS). In some ways, I can extract a sense of validation out of the rise in importance of something that has been around for years. I say validated because I’ve been an advocate of PS since being bulldozed by hiring into a company well into their third wave of a SAP implementation. Those were the days that stoked the fire in my belly to defend myself with a new strategy – Performance Support.
published by Living in Learning, september 2012
Having been a road warrior sales trainer for enough years to be “platinum-everything” in virtually every frequent traveler program, I have a natural affection for live, stand-up training. The rewards came back to me through good level one evaluations and getting to see the occasional graduate of my new hire product training classes at the year-end President’s Club gala events. It felt good to have a hot shot sales rep come up to me and thank me for the knowledge gained from new-hire training. I did not see it at the time, but having the “occasional graduate” thank me was more of a failure than a success.
published by eLearning Industry, april 2012
I have been following the work of Bob Mosher & Conrad Gottfredson (better known as Bob&Con) for several years now. They made a significant contribution to workplace learning studies by introducing the "Five Moments of Need" model (Mosher & Gottfredson, 2011). The model captures both formal and informal learning tracks and needs. In recent years I researched and implemented real- time learning strategies in corporate settings, using performance support platforms.
Governance and Learning and Performance Support: Musings from the Fieldapril 2012
published by CLO magazine, november 2011
Learning is more about remediation and maintenance than about helping learners start from scratch.
published by Training Magazine, november 2011
A common misunderstanding of “informal learning” is that it can’t be intentionally designed, implemented and measured. It can, in the form of Performance Support.
published by CLO magazine, september 2011
There are five moments when leaders can enhance blended learning. A true blended learning program would create, offer and maintain learning assets and offerings.
published by CLO magazine, juli 2011
When it comes to informal learning, where do you start and how do you gain traction?
When Knowledge is the Differentiatorpublished by ILTA, juni 2011
“By 2020, timely access to knowledge will be a key differentiator for successful organizations.”
published by CLO magazine, mei 2011
Transforming traditional training to include both traditional learning and performance support.
Performance is Everythingpublished by Learning Solutions Magazine, april 2011
“We need to move much of what we do as far into the natural workflow of the organization as possible; we need to avoid, when we can, pulling people from their work for large periods of time to learn. There has never been a time when we have had greater capacity to do this than now.”
published by CLO magazine, maart 2011
Understand the realities of implementing an informal framework.
published by CLO magazine, januari 2011
Bringing learning back to the job.
published by CLO magazine, november 2010
Does your onboarding program accomplish what it means to?
published by CLO magazine, augustus 2010
Don’t merely impart knowledge: Ensure workforce performance.
published by CLO magazine, juli 2010
The ability to insert learning into everyday work life reaches new levels.
published by CLO magazine, mei 2010
In with the new.
published by CLO magazine, maart 2010
Leverage your untapped resources.
published by CLO magazine, januari 2010
Understanding and tracking informal learning.
published by CLO magazine, november 2009
When designed correctly, online instruction builds independent and applied learning back into the “classroom” model.
published by CLO magazine, september 2009
Integrating learning into the learner’s environment.
published by CLO magazine, juli 2009
Making the most of the virtual classroom.
published by CLO magazine, mei 2009
Put mobile learning to the test.
published by CLO magazine, januari 2009
More and more learning organizations are taking the time to step back and look at the learning environment they’ve created.
published by CLO magazine, januari 2009
Performance support frameworks may become the leading vehicle by which learning is accessed.
published by CLO magazine, november 2008
In the real world of “selling up, selling down” our training services, how well do we know those we serve, and how often do we engage in open debates about learning with them?
published by CLO magazine, juli 2008
We often assume that if we simply make learning assets available, our learners will make intelligent decisions around using them.
published by CLO magazine, mei 2008
I recently had an experience in which I learned a valuable lesson about the importance of form factor, or the literal form learning takes when consumed.
published by CLO magazine, maart 2008
We seem to be an industry that likes to chase the latest and greatest thing. The latest is CoPs.
published by CLO magazine, januari 2008
This month’s article is a second installment to the last column on the difference between mastery and competency.
published by CLO magazine, november 2007
The discussion around learning has shifted to one of competency, not just mastery.
published by CLO magazine, september 2007
I remember when all we had was the classroom. If employees wanted to “learn” or receive “training,” most organizations sent them to a classroom. Instructor-led training (ILT) dominated the learning landscape.