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New Projects and Speaking Gigs — This Week at Peregrine

This week at Peregrine Performance Group we’re excited to be starting new projects with new clients and preparing for a few more speaking engagements! Expansion of Customer Education Offerings Together with our partner, Anuja Dharkar, we’re helping an organization that specializes in marketing automation software build out their customer education offerings. The plan for this project is a series of […]

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Great Turn-out, Valuable Insights at ATD Job-Aids Workshop

SANTA ROSA, CA – We had a fantastic turnout last night at the Golden Gate (North Bay) ATD meeting. Peregrine Performance Group facilitated the meeting. Our focus was How to Recognize and Create Damn Good Job Aids. We discussed the characteristics of a “damn good” job aid, some differences between “good” and “bad” (exemplary and sub-par) job […]

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Posted in: Advice, Analysis, Consulting, Development, Job Aids, Learning Organizations, Performance, Performance Support, Tools, Training

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Seven Rules for Running Effective Meetings

In a recent HBR post, Amy Gallo offers some fantastic advice for running effective meetings. Here’s a summary of the rules and key points she lays out in her article: Rule #1 – Keep the meeting as small as possible. No more than seven people. Two major advantages of keeping meetings small: they are easier […]

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Posted in: Manager Tips, Training, Uncategorized

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New Contract to Help Client Implement LMS — This Week at PPG

This week at Peregrine, we’re celebrating a new contract with one of our clients — we’re helping them implement a new learning management system (LMS) — and our two-year anniversary. Whoo-hooo, Peregrine’s two!

Also, we’re scoping a handful of new projects with Roche/Genentech (this via our strategic partner, Ratcliff Consultants) and SAP.

And, this is the last week to sign up for the North Bay Managers’ Forum 12 Sep gathering.






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Posted in: Consulting, Delivery, Implementation

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Lots Going On Across the Industries — This Week at PPG

This week at Peregrine, we’re in the middle of an exciting new needs analysis project for Sungevity, the solar company. We’re helping them determine training and performance support needs for their growing workforce.






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Posted in: Analysis, Consulting, Design, Performance Support, Testing

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Needs Analysis for Sungevity — This Week at PPG

Needs Analysis for Sungevity — This Week at PPG

This week at Peregrine, we’re in the middle of an exciting new needs analysis project for Sungevity, the solar company. We’re helping them determine training and performance support needs for their growing workforce.






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Wrapping-up Onboarding Needs Analysis Report for SAP — This Week at PPG

Wrapping-up Onboarding Needs Analysis Report for SAP — This Week at PPG

This week at Peregrine, we’re putting the final touches on a report for SAP that summarizes the results of close to 100 interviews with SAP new hires, managers and onboarding program stakeholders. The interviews focused on capturing the current state of SAP’s generic onboarding program and making recommendations for improvements. One of the most valuable […]

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Posted in: Analysis, Consulting, Design, Evaluation, Innovation, Learning Organizations, Manager Tips, Performance, Performance Support, Research, Uncategorized

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Systems Thinking and The Five Whys

Systems Thinking and The Five Whys

A Favorite Resource: The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook Last week I was speaking with one of our new consultants about the importance of systems thinking, especially when solving problems, and I was reminded of one of my favorite resources, The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook (1994, Senge, Kleiner, Ross, et al.), and a customer story. I love the […]

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Posted in: Consulting, Creativity, Evaluation, Innovation, Learning Organizations, Manager Tips, Performance, Systems Thinking, Tools

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Five Creative Ways to Implement An Idea

“Whether simply proposing a new idea or preparing to implement one, you must expect to encounter obstacles. This is especially true for radical ideas. New ideas are often met with resistance. Don’t be surprised by this. Call on your inner warrior to help you prepare for a world with its defenses up.”






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