The Practice of Training in the 21st Century

The Practice of Training in the 21st Century is an online presentation I will be doing for CSTD on 4 March 2009 at 1:00 PM EST. There is a fee for the event which supports CSTD’s work in fostering the profession of training, workplace learning and human resources development in Canada [my services are pro bono].

The presentation is an update of the ideas from the Training Department in the 21st Century. There is also a version on SlideShare. The March presentation will give more detail than what is on my related blog posts and enable some feedback, as well as open up the concept to a broader audience. As I re-do the presentation, any suggestions or criticism would be appreciated.

2 Responses to “The Practice of Training in the 21st Century”

  1. Karyn Romeis

    I like the way you have involved the workers in the whole concept of sense-making. Because the worker is so much more empowered in his work situation, the L&D provision needs to reflect that. We absolutely have to stop thinking that we can tell people what to do any more. That model of management doesn’t exist any more (well, maybe in the military…) and that model of learning shouldn’t either.

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