Archive for the 'CLO' Category

Jet Blue University: A Case For Web 2.0 Experimentation

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 10|14|o  » 2 Comments

Murry Christensen, Director of Learning Technologies and Mike Barger, Chief Learning Officer, both at JetBlue University (JBU), the training arm for JetBlue, had a vision in 2007: to create a way for JetBlue’s dispersed faculty of 200 to come together online, share best practices, and contribute to the collective pool of knowledge at JetBlue. Christensen […]

Is Your Online Community Delivering Value For Your Organization?

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 07|30|o  » 2 Comments

As learning organizations experiment with leveraging Web 2.0 tools to create online communities of practice, many Chief Learning Officers, heads of human resources and talent management should take a lesson from Chief Marketing Officers who have created online communities for marketing purposes. Many of these online communities have failed, and sadly, produce fancy web sites […]

Facebook for the FORTUNE 500 Firm?

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 04|13|o  » 6 Comments

This week, I spoke and attended the CLO conference entitled “Orchestrating Change: Leading Organizations with Learning.” My presentation focused on Brave New Learners: Millennials and Beyond.
The presentation addressed such issues as:

What impact will all of this have on the four generations currently in the workforce?
Do Millennials really learn differently?
Will FORTUNE 500 companies ever create […]

Open Source Innovation For CLOs

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 01|24|o  » 1 Comment

Open source innovation creates a Linux style approach to involving employees, customers and outside experts in the creation of new products and services. Fast forward to the world of corporate learning and ask yourself: Are you involving your learners so that they can contribute their input to enhance your organization’s learning offerings?
Think about the […]

Wikinomics and Corporate Learning

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 01|20|o  » 0 Comments

The idea that people who use products should have input into their design is not entirely new. There have been many episodes of user-driven creativity in the history of invention, which scholars such as MIT professor Eric Von Hippel have shown through their research.
As Don Tapscott points out in his book, Wikinomics , steam engine […]

YouTube Changes Higher Education: Will It Also Change Corporate Learning?

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 01|09|o  » 2 Comments

YouTube has become an important teaching tool. In fact University of California at Berkeley follows MIT in posting entire course lectures on the Web’s No.1 video-sharing site.
It all started in 2001, when a number of high profile web-based educational projects were “exploring new models of learning.” These higher education experiments included NYU Online, Fathom, […]

How Will Outsourcing Change the CLO’s Role?

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 01|06|o  » 0 Comments

Published August 2004
What does the increasing move toward outsourcing mean for CLOs? What skills and new responsibilities will be necessary for success? What will be the new measures of success?
First, CLOs will increasingly need to focus on the “business of learning.” The 2004 Accenture Learning Survey of 285 enterprise learning organizations found that CLOs are […]

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