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Learning transfer requires a learning workflow solution

Learning transfer is dependent on behaviour change and generating reliable behaviour change is dependent on using a learning workflow.
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The learning stack’s five levels of reflection

The Learning Stack is a five level model by Paul Matthews. Reflection can have levels of ‘quality’ and better quality reflection supports learning transfer.
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Informal learning’s role in learning transfer

We have just published Paul’s latest blog. He talks about the role informal learning plays in learning transfer. Why it ...
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The first steps to effective learning transfer

You know you need to start including learning transfer in your training programme design. So what are the first steps ...
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But we already do learning transfer… honest!

Paul recently wrote a new blog inspired by the conversations he has with L&D people who have started to implement ...
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Five unexpected barriers to learning transfer

A lack of learning transfer is costing organisations money and preventing employees from doing their jobs properly. Paul shared some ...
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12 Barriers to implementing learning transfer

In my latest blog ’12 Barriers to implementing learning transfer’ I discuss the resident elephant in many rooms where a ...
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The cultural elements of learning transfer

Here is my latest blog in a series about all aspects of learning transfer – this time on the cultural ...
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A story about learning and development – on a journey

In this new article for The People Development Magazine I am discussing an analogy about learning and development to illustrate the ...
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Training Industry article: Make training relevant

Make training relevant – diagnose performance first

My recently published article in Training Industry Magazine looks into the question: when you couldn’t do a task, was it ...
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