Learning Strategies, an Open Source eBook Released by The MASIE Center

August 7, 2011

Learning Strategies, a collaborative eBook was released today, featuring perspectives from CNN, CIA, Farmers Insurance and more.

Saratoga Springs, NY (PRWEB) August 06, 2011

Changing technology, changing business models, changing workforce demographics and the rise of online, on-demand knowledge are challenging corporations’ approaches to workplace learning and training. Learning Strategies is a non-commercial, vendor-neutral collection of case studies from senior learning executives in global corporations and government agencies.

Edited by Nigel Paine, this eBook features authors from CNN, the CIA, Farmers Insurance, Shell, Eaton Corporation, and the Defense Intelligence Agency. The authors share perspectives of how their organizations are evolving and implementing unique learning strategies.

Learning Strategies can be downloaded for free at learning2011.com/strategies

Articles include:

Learning Strategies by Elliott Masie

What Makes a Successful Learning Strategy? by Nigel Paine, Editor

CIA’s Learning Strategy: Focusing Out on the Organization We Serve by Bob Baker

The Strategy of Managing Change by Lisa Pedrogo, CNN

Building the Case for a Learning Strategy by Ruben Bonales, Waste Management, Inc.

Learning Strategy at Shell: 2 Parts, 3 Pathways & 3 Horizons by Willem Manders, Shell

Putting the Strategy Back into a Learning Strategy by Keith Dunbar, DIA

Making a Strategic Learning Portfolio the Heart of any Learning Strategy by Terry M. Farmer and Evan Ishida, Eaton Corporation

Setting Learning Strategy: Technology is Key”¦When You Use it Well by Mike Cuffe, Farmers Insurance Group

The Dynamic Strategy Relies on Insight – Not Planning by Peter Hallard, Lloyds Banking Group

The MASIE Center is a global ThinkTank focusing on evolving methods and approaches to workplace learning, training, performance and collaboration.

Information at http://www.masie.com

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