In a recent post on his own blog, Questionmark CEO Eric Shepherd offered some insights about the 70+20+10 learning model, in which social and informal learning play key roles in knowledge transfer and performance improvement.
The A-model, developed by Dr. Bruce C. Aaron, helps organizations make the most of all types of learning initiatives – both formal and informal — by providing an effective framework for defining a problem and its solution, implementing the solution, and tracking the results.
Eric’s post, A-model and Assessment: The 7-Minute Tutorial, notes the great feedback we have received in promoting awareness of the A-model and includes a brief video that walks viewers through a business problem and explains how to approach it using the A-model.
It’s that time of the year again! Registration for the 2011 Users Conference in Los Angeles March 15 – 18 is now open.
We’re very pleased that Bryan Chapman will present the conference keynote address. As Chief Learning Strategist at Chapman Alliance, Bryan is involved in providing research-centric consulting solutions that help organizations define, operate and optimize their strategic learning initiatives.
Reasons to attend:
• Get technical training and tips on best practices
• Network with colleagues who share your interests
• Learn from your peers through case studies and
• Influence future Questionmark technologies and services
• Develop new skills and strategies
• Enjoy the sights and sounds of Los Angeles!
The conference is a valuable opportunity to network with other assessment professionals and to help shape future product features by meeting with Questionmark’s product managers. Be a part of our industry-specific discussions, birds-of-a-feather conversations, and evening events.
Want to learn more? Watch Questionmark CEO Eric Shepherd’s video:
What: 2011 Users Conference in Los Angeles
When: Tuesday, March 15th through Friday March 18th, 2011
Where: The Omni Los Angeles Hotel / Los Angeles, California
Reminder: group discounts available. Also, register by December 3rd to save $200.