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Learning Rants, Raves, and Reflections. A Collection of Passionate and Professional Perspectives

  • ID: 2212474
  • Book
  • September 2005
  • 336 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
"Learning is a topic that yields an incredible volume of rants, raves, and reflections. It is one of the only topics about which almost every person on the earth has a strong set of opinions that they can quickly articulate. Over the past three decades, thousands of people sitting next to me on airplanes have been asked a few gentle questions about their feelings and perspectives on learning, and during this time I listened and learned." from Learning Rants, Raves, and Reflections: A Personal Essay by Elliott Maise

Includes personal reflections from a distinguished list of learning experts including . . .
Sam Adkins
David Barton
Judy Brown
Vicki Cerda
Murry Christensen
Nancy DeViney
Lance Dublin
Carol Friday
Mike Hendon
Wayne Hodgins
Larry Israelite
David Metcalf
Elliott Masie
Paul Nennin ger
Mark Oehlert
Scott Sutker
Beth Thomas

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Introduction: Getting the Most from This Resource.

Learning Rants, Raves, and Reflections: A Personal Essay (Elliott Masie).

Part One: Here, Now . . . or Arriving on the Scene Very Soon.

Operational Excellence and Next Generation Blended Learning (David Metcalf).

Dining with the Executives: Doing the Right Kind of Training That Will Get You a Seat at the Table (Beth Thomas).

The New Social Contract (Murry Christensen).

Are You a Vendor or a Partner? (Scott Sutker).

We Thought We Could, We Think We Can, and Lessons Along the Way (Larry Israelite).

Messing with the Primal Forces of Nature: Transforming Learning (Lance Dublin).

The Blue Pill or the Red Pill? (Mark Oehlert).

People Architecture: A Holistic Approach to Building, Maintaining, and Expanding Your Learning Infrastructure (Vicki Cerda).

Part Two: In Practice Perspectives. . .The Art of Organizational Implementations.

Grassroots Corporate e–Learning Collaboration Works! (Carol J. Friday).

Learning in an On–Demand World (Nancy DeViney).

A Journey of e–Learning Efforts (David Barton).

Going Global at McDonald s with e–Learning (Mike Hendon).

Simulation at the Secret Service: As Real as It Gets (Paul L. Nenninger).

It s in the Air: The Move to m–Learning (Judy Brown).

Part Three: Preparing Ourselves, Our People, and Our Organizations for the Future.

Learning in the Bright Air: The Learning Technology Trends of 2015 (Sam S. Adkins).

Into the Future of meLearning: Every One Learning . . .Imagine If the Impossible Isn t! (Wayne Hodgins).

About the Editor.

About the Authors.


Pfeiffer Publications Guide.

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Elliott Masie
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