Is having the best players a guarantee that you’ll have a great team? Certainly not: teams need to be built and trained.
The SAMR model has been defined by Ruben Puentedura. It provides an interesting perspective on converting training courses based on classroom learning into full distance-learning courses. Existing digital content and new tools will be used. As well as solutions and methods to gradually redefine what takes place in the classroom and/or add new instructional tasks
I remember many years ago (decades!) a conversation with a friend who is an amateur football coach. He was preparing the starting lineup for the upcoming season and shared some guidelines with me. I applied these many years later when building any types of teams at work. Today, they are also useful when bringing together
Need to convert your classroom courses into distance learning? Here are 7 recommendations resulting from our return on experience.
Thanks for your interest in the previous post, where we shared 4 keys to success when planning and rolling out an international training programme. As anticipated, let’s introduce 4 further keys today!
In a previous post we drew a metaphor with a great cook. What should s/he do to be ready to feed a whole city? In a training environment, the question would be: what do you need to do to deliver exponentially growing amounts of training while keeping effectiveness? Referring to this cook, I intended to
“We did it”! From training centres to corporate universities, from project managers to trainers, many of us noticed how considerably 2020 speeded up the digital transformation of training, i.e. the switch to distance learning. In actual fact, everything changed at once: our course designs, our working tools, and our approaches and teaching practices. So what