Includes personal reflections from a distinguished list of learning experts including . . .
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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).
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