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Some explicit thoughts on tacit learning

Bonnie Durrance | December 01, 1998 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses examples of tacit learning which can be used for training employees. Lessons from Clint Eastwoods' dead ringer and the Japanese tea ceremony; Application of nonintellectual qualities as a basis for behavior and actions; Integration into mental training and in the workforce.

Hightech hightouch high time

James M. Rustad | December 01, 1998 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on the potential of high technology for teaching soft skills for employees. Advantage of function as a learning tool; Capability for individualizing training programs; Accommodation of different learning styles.

High anxiety preparing trainees to learn

Tom Fisher | December 01, 1998 | TD Magazine Archive

Presents tips on reducing the anxiety of participants in training programs. Provision of comfortable tables and chairs; Presentation of a game on job tenure; Advice on achieving more balance in thinking and learning modalities.

A day in the whirlwind life of Doris Drucker

Donna J. Abernathy | December 01, 1998 | TD Magazine Archive

Profiles American octogenarian entrepreneur, Doris Drucker. Advice for would-be businessmen; Secret of Drucker's time management skills; Award from the California Task Force for Employment of Older Workers.

Im so glad we had this time together

Richard Koonce | December 01, 1998 | TD Magazine Archive

Gives advice on successful career management for employees. Leveraging of skill, talent and experience; Investment in professional mastery; Importance of adequate rest to one's health, wholeness and happiness.

You dont have to play cupid exactly

Jennifer J. Salopek | December 01, 1998 | TD Magazine Archive

Gives advice on how to ease conflicts from failed workplace romances. Communication of policy on office romance; Use of discretion in handling a problem; Balance of employee privacy with the company's interests.

Voice recognition in a wearable EPSS

November 01, 1998 | TD Magazine Archive

Reports on the development of a wearable EPSS system that uses voice recognition to allow technicians hands-free access to technical material while on the job. Development of the system through a contract from the US Army; Testing of the system; Display of technical material or instructions on a tiny head-mounted liquid crystal display (LCD) screen.

Trends in workplace learning Supply and demand in interesting times

Eleesha Lewis | November 01, 1998 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses two developments in the marketplace for workplace learning. Demand for workplace learning and performance improvement; Knowledge management; Supply of workplace learning; Four key developments in learning technologies.

Ten steps to creating a Corporate University

Jeanne C. Meister | November 01, 1998 | TD Magazine Archive

Considers the ten necessary steps in creating a corporate university by following several organizations as they launch their corporate universities using the ten steps. Forming a governing body; Crafting a vision; Recommending the funding strategy; Determining the scope; Identifying stakeholders and their needs; Developing products and services.

Attributes of intelligent tutoring systems

November 01, 1998 | TD Magazine Archive

Describes the attributes of intelligent tutoring systems (ITS). Generative; Mixed-initiative; Interactive; Student modeling; Expert modeling; Instructional modeling; Self-improving.

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