Chief Learning Officer: Is the Future of Learning Bite-Sized?
The distilling of a learning experience into smaller, more easily consumed packages.
Thinking fresh about an organization’s learning portfolio. Break and concentrate long courses into distinct, independent and high-value experiences. Design modules with the participant in mind. Frame experiences to create excitement and a touch of anxiety to fully engage the learner.
A high quality of learner engagement is perhaps the most important factor in creating a sustained change to behavior. A very powerful way of doing it is making the journey unique to that individual. Doing so increases the perceived value of the experience by making it feel more relevant and useful.
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