July 13, 2022

Interview: Learning workflows

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I was delighted to speak again with Rob Clark at Learning News. He heard me talking about about learning workflows at Learning Technologies 2022 when he filmed my interview with John Helmer for John’s amazing Learning Hack podcast, and Rob wanted to do a follow up with his own interview on the subject.

He asked me a few questions about learning workflows and also said “Why have we waited until 2022 to have this term? It seems fundamental for learning experience designers to have thought about learning workflows before now. Why are we only hearing about this now?”

We delved into what a learning workflow is, why it’s needed and yes, why it seems to be a new term in the L&D lexicon.

Watch the full interview here

My best wishes, Paul

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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