Today's Featured Blog Posts
How to Innovate When You're Not the Big Boss
"At the middle management level you typically don't have the clout or resources required to make sweeping changes. Nonetheless, the dilemma remains. Senior-level decision makers in your company are looking for evidence that you can lead innovation and change; simply being a master of continuous improvement won't cut it. Fortunately, demonstrating your skills in this area doesn't demand that you singlehandedly develop a new breakthrough product or revise the company's overall business model. Usually, if you search, there are opportunities in your current job and at your current level to display your ability to drive change, even if you are in a support function like finance or human resources." Click here to read the full post.
Social Media Measurement and Learning Analytics: How Do I Love Thee, Let Me Count the Ways
"Do you think that understanding learner's attitudes and their organizational context is important when designing instruction on new ways for nonprofits to work? Do you think using learning analytics is of value to helping you improve instructional design? Have you used learning analytics?" Click here to read the full post.