Peregrine Kicks Off Webinar

We had fun today kicking off a webinar series sponsored by the Canadian Society of Training and Development (CSTD). The webinar series is titled Insights from the Field: Useful Strategies for Planning & Designing eLearning Projects. Along with Russ Powell and myself, the presenters include Brandon Carson and Dolly Joseph. Today we presented Analysis and […]

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“If you pit a good performer against a bad system, the system will win almost every time” – Rummler and Brache

“In order for your organization to get the performance it needs from its employees it must provide information (i.e., clear expectations and feedback) and resources (i.e., the materials, tools, and time needed to do the job, plus clearly defined processes and procedures).”






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The Top eLearning Authoring Tools

Learning Solutions Magazine has a useful article written by Joe Ganci that compares the  top seven eLearning authoring tools. It includes an effective table that compares the tools across six categories, including Best Use, Interface, Can Insert, Platforms, Publish To, and Cost. Take a look and see how the tool you use compares to others. […]

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Does Telecommuting Increase Performance?

The pros and cons of telecommuting have probably been debated ever since the word “telecommute” was introduced in Webster’s dictionary about 38 years ago (Hartford Business.com). But a new, scientifically relevant study by Stanford researchers and one of China’s largest travel-agents has shed some light on the performance, productivity, and financial impacts telecommuting can have […]

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