Tiger sharks, dolphins and Texas – oh my!
Posted by Julie Delazyn
As we wrap up our annual Questionmark Users Conference, many customers have commented that with so many different types of presentations and discussions to choose from, it’s best to bring colleagues and use the “divide and conquer” method to cover all the bases. It’s been great to see organizations sending a range of employees so that everyone can go to a different kind of session and then brief each other on what they learned.
Yesterday’s keynote address by Charles Jennings gave us a lot to thing about regarding the 70:20:10 framework and the challenge of measuring informal and workplace learning. Incidentally, his column in yesterday’s Training Industry Quarterly picked up the theme of “Extracting Learning from Work,” – something Charles touched on during his talk.
Live blogs from both the keynote address and the opening general session will give you a taste of what we’ve been hearing about during the last couple of days. And we hope you will dive into the conversation on Twitter, using the #qmcon tag.
Last night we celebrated Questionmark’s 25 year anniversary at the National Aquarium, just across Baltimore’s Inner Harbor from the conference hotel. We had the Aquarium all to ourselves and enjoyed a dolphin show before dinner and birthday cake.
If you were not able to make it to the conference this year, stay in touch with us on Twitter, Facebook and of course, this Blog. And mark your calendar for March 4 – 7, 2014, when we will meet at the Grand Hyatt in San Antonio, Texas, for the Questionmark 2014 Users Conference!
Look out for pictures on our Flickr page from this intense and always-fun learning event.