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    • rning and Ent erpri se 2.0 eLea cal techies) Adventures! (in a co mpany of cyni
    • Sumeet Moghe learninggeneralist.com sumeet_moghe
    • #dl10-303
    • Small Big Company
    • Small Big Company 1800 people
    • Small Big Company 1800 people 21 offices
    • Big Company Small 1800 21 people offices 8 countries
    • Current State History Win!
    • Current State
    • The 70-20-10 rule
    • Your Learning 10% 20% 70%
    • Your Learning 10% 20% 70%
    • Your Learning 10% 20% 70% Real Experience k
    • Your Learning 10% Feedback & b 20% Observation 70% Real Experience k
    • Your Learning Training e 10% Feedback & b 20% Observation 70% Real Experience k
    • Our Learning Architecture
    • And yes, we do training...
    • Only for Induction
    • Only for Induction (and btw, that’s a student)
    • Does it work?
    • 3500+ forum posts
    • 3500+ forum posts (in just the last four months!)
    • 40 odd blogposts
    • 40 odd blogposts (each week)
    • 150+ Open Source Projects
    • Several books
    • And despite the recession...
    • 6 new offices
    • 5 new offerings
    • 50% increase in headcount
    • 59% increase in revenue
    • Current State History Win
    • Current State History Win
    • History
    • on ss Le Work = Learning = Work
    • Small Teams
    • Collaborative Team Spaces
    • Collaborative Team Spaces
    • Collaborative Team Spaces
    • Away Days
    • Learning Lunches
    • UnConferences
    • on ss Le There’s nothing Technical about Social
    • Pair Programming
    • Iterative Development
    • Time
    • T 20% done still doesn’t give me a product
    • E 20% done gives me a deployed product
    • iterations E E and increments
    • Retrospectives
    • Development Driven Performance Management
    • Feedback Culture
    • 360 o reviews
    • Sponsors
    • Project Rotation
    • on ss Le Learning and HR are inseparable
    • on ss Le Learning is a skill . Hire the best people.
    • on s s Le Provide tools for project learning.
    • on ss Le Don’t fight the web (you can’t win) .
    • Seems good, but ...
    • Many People Different Experience Levels
    • 1 on ss Le Size doesn’t fit all
    • on ss Le Build a one stop shop.
    • on ss Le Rope everyone in. Make it easy.
    • Skill1 Skill2 Skill3
    • Skill 3 Skill 4 Skill 2 Skill 5 Skill 1 Skill 6
    • Skill 3 Skill 4 Skill 2 Skill 5 Skill 1 Skill 6 F Maybe this is the only skill he needs to start his job.
    • The Induction Experience
    • Coaching Support
    • on ss Le Individualise, don’t average.
    • on ss Le Frictionless systems count
    • The Problems
    • on ss Le The Grassroots Myth
    • Current State History Win
    • Current State History Win
    • Win!
    • Current State History Win
    • Current State History Win
    • Thank You! learninggeneralist.com sumeet_moghe