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CETS 2012, Bruce Mabee, handout for Why Do the Winners Win? How Are Award Winners Using eLearning & Technology to Create Larger Learning Results?


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  • 1. 1. Yes, eLearning is cheaper. When is it better? What outcomes are "Larger?"2. Olympic lessons: What’s larger than a World Record? Kirkpatrick-PLUS3. What did winners do that others didn’t do? Examples Best Practices4. What might help your organization win? Comments/Questions: Bruce Mabee. Milestone Partners, LLC
  • 2. Excellence in Practice Questions (shortened):1. Needs Identification. Describe the problem or need for which this practice is designed. How was this identified? How was it determined that this practice is an appropriate response? Include alternatives that were considered and not chosen.2. Design Approach. Describe how the design decision was reached. How does this practice take into account the best interests of the organization, the employees targeted, and other groups inside and outside that are affected by the organization?3. Alignment. How does this practice address the performance problem/need? How does this practice align with organizational goals? How does it integrate other learning and development practices? Partnerships. Identify other groups in or outside this organization with whom you collaborated to develop and implement this practice. Why was this collaboration useful?4. Evaluation Strategy. How is this practice evaluated, and how often? Describe the elements of the evaluation strategy. What evidence & metrics do you use? If financial costs are calculated, how?5. Results. What business impact was achieved through this practice? Please describe short- and long-term business impact and the evidence. How do you know the impact came from the practice, not external factors?6. Results--Behaviors. What specific participant behaviors resulted from this practice and how do these contribute to the goals of the practice and the organization’s goals? Show metrics and concrete examples.7. Organizational Learning. What specific lessons have been learned from designing and implementing this practice? How might this practice be transferred and replicated internally and externally? A few winners – who reached larger outcomes Memphis Light, Gas & Water Turkcell Microsoft Intercontinental Hotels Group China Post Group Shape Corp Pelephone Communications LTD Farmers Insurance Group, University of Farmers HP Reliance Industries, NagothaneRelated Resources:LinkedIn/ccASTD: An outstanding eLearning outcome – what example have you seen?How was it achieved -- what key actions made the difference? 0c18-e71c-41de-b7bc-197946518f61&trk=group_most_recent_rich-0-b-ttl&goback=.gmr_11162172011BEST Winners. To see list of all (including link to Excellence in Practice winners):"Learn from the BEST" – Conference 10/3/2012 in DC: in Practice winners--Learning & Technology. See T&D Magazine (ASTD members) Practice-Awards-for-Learning-TechnologyTo apply for Excellence in Practice award (deadline 9/21/ 2012): Comments/Questions: Bruce Mabee. Milestone Partners, LLC