It’s All In A Day!

People often ask me how I juggle the demands of running a business while serving as president of the International Society of Performance Improvement (ISPI). I guess I don’t look at them as two different things… they’re just part of what I do as a professional. I’m fortunate to have a successful career to date and be in a position to give back to the community. This in itself highlights a key point. I intentionally decided it was the right time to take on a key volunteer role. I planned for it for a number of years and was comfortable that Innovative Learning Group was launched and stable enough for me to direct some of my energies to non-profit work.

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What I’ve Learned Developing Mobile Content Using Authoring Tools Designed for ISDs

I just wrapped up a free ILG webinaron optimizing your e-learning software toolkit, which you’ll be able to view next week on ILG’s YouTube channel.We had a great turnout and a lot of good questions were asked. The questions posed by the participants got me thinking about what I’ve learned from developing a number of mobile appsand mobile web sites.

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How Many Projects Can One Person Juggle?

It’s an age-old question. How many projects can one person juggle? Ok, maybe I’m exaggerating – it’s not exactly an age-old question – but it’s a question I’m asked a lot. Let me preface my answer with the fact that I love, love, love project management. The more projects I can manage, the better. I love the variety. I love that I get to talk to many different people on any given day. And I love solving problems. For me, there’s no better job than project management. I’ve been doing it for more than 15 years.

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Behavior – It’s As Easy As A-B-C!

Over time all of us in the learning industry are introduced to countless models, processes, theories, and practices related to Human Performance Improvement.Some stand the test of time, and some are discarded almost as quickly as they’re learned. When we’re introduced to new concepts, we all have a tendency to compare them to things we already know or believe to be true because of our education or our experience.

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