In this podcast recap, David James speaks with Dr. Carrie Graham, Owner of Carrie O. Graham Learning & Solutions, as they explore how Adult Learning Theory can help you make a measurable impact, starting with understanding who your learner is.
In this podcast recap, David James speaks with Lloyd Dean, Principal Consultant at PA consulting and former Head of Digital and Innovative Learning at EDF Energy, about his vision for the future of the L&D industry.
In this L&D podcast recap, David James talks to Trish Uhl, leading data and analytics strategist and consultant, about how data can transform L&D.
In this podcast recap, David James talks to Gabe Gloege, Senior Director of Learning & Organizational Development at ETS, about his journey to lean and problem-driven L&D.
While AI continues to evolve in its sophistication, many L&D functions are yet to incorporate it into their learning programs. In this podcast recap, David James speaks with Donald Clark, CEO at WildFire Learning, as they explore five applications of AI models in L&D.
In this podcast recap, David James speaks to Paul Matthews, who explains how a learning workflow approach to people development can link learning to the work itself and make a demonstrable difference to the way the work is done.
Read advice from our expert panelists that includes an approach for your first pivot to performance and the plausibility of retrofitting courses into performance solutions–look out for little pearls of wisdom along the way.
In this podcast recap, David James speaks with Anne-Marie Burbidge as they discuss how Anne-Marie was inspired to apply product management techniques into her L&D approach and how she set about implementing them.
In this podcast recap, Nick Shackleton-Jones shares his Learning Maturity model and we discuss what this means practically for L&D leaders, organizations, and each stakeholder within it.
This week I speak to Alexis Burbul from Flexport, about how the focus on preparation and performance led her to upskill from within by seeking an efficient way of leveraging internal expertise.
In this podcast recap, David James talks to Steve Villachica about how he made his pivot to performance-orientation, the types of analysis required to initiate performance improvement, and three elements that make up his performance consulting approach.
In this L&D podcast recap, Kevin M. Yates and David James talk about the transition that’s taking place in L&D today—from the growing expectation that L&D performance needs to be measurable and what that actually means, to the three criteria needed to make a meaningful contribution to business goals.