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A couple of months ago I published the post Work-based learning (based on work by Niklas Angmyr and Charles Jennings' "Re-thinking workplace learning") and the time has now come to update the model presented and take it to the next level. In short th
In a comment to Niklas Angmyr’s post on the subject of learning, corporate learning and the article Making Corporate Learning work by Shlomo Ben-Hur and Nik Kenley, Niklas get one of the authors to comment, namely Nik Kenley, and a very interesting
In my last blog, I talked about my personal introduction to the world of evaluation with the New World Kirkpatrick Model. Having learnt all about the Four Levels Model and how to effectively apply this theory to display return on expectations, I was
I consider myself, above all things, a learner. A recent graduate, I’ve spent the majority of my adult life in an educational environment, to the point where I feel, rightly or wrongly, somewhat of an expert in learning as a process on the participa
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It's a cold and wet Monday morning and I'm on my way to meet Dr. Jim Kirkpatrick at a hotel near Heathrow. As I climbed in to my car my thoughts reflected back to a conversation I had with Jim during the recent Kirkpatrick Partners Bronze level prog
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