Monthly Archives: June 2014

Newsflash: The Process Doesn’t Revolve around You

You would be surprised – or maybe you wouldn’t – by how many people in your organization don’t understand how the organization accomplishes its work. To be honest, it used to surprise us. We would run learning programs on a topic, like say, financial acumen, and it would never fail: People in the accounting department…

Celebrate Summer with a Leadership Development Webinar on Demand

through these immersive simulations! Did you miss our Spring Webinars? Watch them now. Discover our complete set of leadership development experiences first hand through a series on 50-minute webinars hosted by Blueline’s Managing Partner and Director of Leadership Innovations. These experiences are designed to enhance any leadership curriculum, can be deployed face-to-face or virtually, and…

Why Everything I Believed About eLearning is Wrong.

Part 2: I stared at the number: 28%. 28% has long been established as a standard, an ever-present challenge to developers of traditional elearning programs. That’s the percentage of material that you can expect your learners to retain two weeks after your elearning program. Some refer to it as “the problem of forgetting.” There’s a…

Deconstructing the Classroom Simulation

A True Confession The other day I was sitting in a meeting listening to a presentation. Here are the things I confess to having done during that time (I had my laptop open under the auspices of note-taking): Googled something the meeting leader said to better understand it Emailed my son some help with an…