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Leaders are under more pressure than ever to modernize their learning measurement strategy.
In a post-pandemic world of work, learning design is forever changed. Outcomes, not modalities, can drive your learning design toward greater impact.
How do you create effective learning and training experiences that will engage your employees? The answer may surprise you: create a learning architecture.
The world of work is changing. Are you changing with it?
Katherine Shao turns her musician’s lens on business conversations – and shares what jazz musicians teach us about effective sales conversations.
Iterating and collaborating on your work, relying on feedback from peers, and showing stakeholders incremental progress removes the pressure of perfectionism and helps you achieve outcomes faster.
Oxygen CEO Juliana Stancampiano describes through her own lens as a business leader how executives need to develop their people and work through the details.
Experience designer Simon Pollock recalls the first time a client took apart one of his storyboards and what he learned about the power of collaboration.
Knowing the difference between an outcome and an output is a crucial aspect of designing effective learning experiences.
Unlocking the knowledge of experts is key to creating scalable learning experiences. But it can sometimes feel like releasing ideas from an “idea jail.”
Experience architect Lara Dalch shares how creating a learning architecture saves you time, money, and frustration when building learning experiences.
BASE-jumper Ellen Brennan teaches us how adopting the teaming principles from extreme sports at work helps people across industries collaborate and create.
Why is it so hard to think and act in new ways in business? When we tackle change and adaption at Oxygen, we take our cues from jazz.