Online resource: Continuous Improvement, Learning & Development (2018 in progress)
Continuous Learning is vital – everyone says so – but what does it mean for organisations? it’s not just about providing continuous training or making employees study continuously; it’s more about helping them establish a regular habit of learning. In this new online resource we look at how to help individuals become independent continuous learners, how to provide a flow of continuous learning opportunities – which includes modern training – and how to help them learn continuously from their daily work.
Online resource: How to become a Modern Professional Learner (2017)
In the modern workplace there is no longer such a thing as a job for a life – only a life of jobs – so it’s up to everyone to continuously update their knowledge, skills and productivity and become an independent modern professional lifelong learner. This (newly updated) online resource will help you get the most out of your work life and take control of your career.
Book: Modern Workplace Learning 2018
This book contains some (updated) content from Jane’s previous books as well as new material, and is currently available as a PDF or Paperback.
It consists of 3 main parts: Part 1: Introduction to Modern Workplace Learning in 2018 (which is free to read online), Part 2: Designing, Delivering, and Managing Modern Training for the Workplace and Part 3: Supporting Continuous Independent Learning at Work.
Book: Learning in the Modern Workplace 2017
This book – presented in the form of a number of short, succinct sections – builds on the material in the 2015 Modern Workplace Learning book to provide new models, frameworks, guidance and examples as well as links to 140 new resources for you to delve deeper into how to support learning in the modern workplace.
It also contains a 30-page Appendix containing the Top Tools for Learning 2016 lists to provide a complete set of resources.
Book: Modern Workplace Learning: A resource book for L&D (2015)
This book is packed with practical advice and guidance to help L&D transform their workplace learning practices both through the provision of modern training content and the promotion and support of continuous, everyday learning in their organisation.
The book is structured into 50 mini-chapters and is 213 pages long – the Table of Contents appears below. The book includes nearly 400 references to tools, articles, and other resources, and an online resource site supports the book.
Book: Social Learning Handbook 2014
When we consider what social learning means inside an organization, it’s not just adding social media to instructional programmes or letting people interact with one another. It’s more about helping people learn from one another as they work together – enhanced by collaborative enterprise social tools. This book looks at some of the key ways that organizations can start to support social workplace learning.