Data & Analytics Summit (Live Online Event)
Wednesday, August 22, 2018, 8:15am-9:30am Pacific Time
DevLearn 2018 Colocated Event (Las Vegas, NV)
Monday, October 22, 2018, 8:30am-4:30pm Pacific Time
Steve Foreman and Marc Rosenberg
DevLearn 2018 (Las Vegas, NV)
Certificate Workshop P21, Tuesday, October 23, 2018, 8:30am-4:30pm Pacific Time
DevLearn 2018 (Las Vegas, NV)
Session 606, Thursday, October 25, 2018, 3:00am-4:00pm Pacific Time
Learning and Performance Ecosystems
The increasing complexity of the world in which we live and work requires us to be more sophisticated in how we learn. We need to be better prepared to learn on demand, with minimum disruption to our workflow and productivity. A Learning and Performance Ecosystem is comprised of multi-faceted learning and performance options that enhance the environments in which we work and learn. InfoMedia Designs can help you implement a learning and performance ecosystem in your organization.
We offer workshops, processes, tools, and other services to transform your L&D department from offering training-only to a comprehensive learning and performance ecosystem.
Read more about learning and performance ecosystems:
Learning and Performance Ecosystems: Strategy, Technology, Impact, and Challenges
Marc Rosenberg and Steve Foreman, eLearning Guild Publications, November 4, 2014
Steve Foreman, eLearning Guild Research, January 14, 2015
Steve Foreman, Learning Solutions Magazine, September 26, 2016
A learning management system (LMS) can help you manage the administration, delivery, tracking and reporting of instructor-led classes and eLearning programs. If you are not satisfied with your current system, have one that is more than a few years old, or don't have one at all, it may be time to consider a new LMS. InfoMedia Designs can help you define your requirements, evaluate, select, and implement an LMS that is best suited to meet the learning management demands of your organization.
A Look at 10 LMS Niche Markets
Steve Foreman, Elearning Industry, July 11, 2018
Learning Management Systems: User View 2015
Eileen O'Loughlin, Software Advice, February 17, 2015
Steve Foreman, eLearning Guild Research, June 5, 2013
Steve Foreman, Learning Solutions Magazine, June 5, 2013
Steve Foreman, Learning Solutions Magazine, July 29, 2013
Steve Foreman, Learning Solutions Magazine, August 5, 2013
Steve Foreman, Learning Solutions Magazine, September 9, 2013
Steve Foreman, Learning Solutions Magazine, October 14, 2013
Learning programs can only prepare people to do their jobs. Performance support systems (PSS) can actually help people get work done. PSS can help workers use unfamiliar software features, complete complicated tasks and processes, diagnose problems, and make difficult decisions. InfoMedia Designs can help you realize your vision for advanced performance support solutions.
Marc Rosenberg, eLearning Guild Publications, June 6, 2013
Steve Foreman and Marc Rosenberg, Performance Support Symposium (Boston MA), Recorded on September 9, 2013 (Membership Required for Access)
Knowledge management (KM) is the business practice of collecting, organizing and curating content so that it can be access by people when needed. To be effective, the content must be highly relevant, easily discoverable, accurate, and up-to-date. Knowledge management is made possible through processes, policies, standards, governance and technology. InfoMedia Designs can help you establish and sustain a valuable knowledge management practice in your organization.
Managing Organizational Knowledge: Capturing, Sharing, and Using Collective Knowledge to Drive Learning and Productivity
Marc Rosenberg and Steve Foreman, eLearning Guild Publications, March 9, 2016
Learning and Performance Analytics
The top three reasons for Learning and Development organizations to use analytics are: evidence of regulatory compliance, evidence of business impact, and continuous improvement. InfoMedia Designs can help you build a chain of evidence that links your solutions to the metrics used by your sponsor.
Steve Foreman, TD Magazine, January, 2018
Steve Foreman, Learning Solutions Magazine, September 30, 2014