The Learning and Development Change Grid revisited. Again.

Fuse is a smart company based in East London which takes a very visual approach to learning. They illustrate ideas and provide a social platform for sharing the results.

Recently they asked me to talk about the L&D Change Grid, which provides the context for my idea of the Training Ghetto (click for  video and text explanations of the Training Ghetto).

When I say they asked me to talk, that’s exactly what I did. I talked about it to Fuse CEO and Chief Storyteller Steve Dineen and he recorded what I said. A while later, they mailed me a link to this, illustrated version of what I’d said:

I think this does a good job of illustrating the idea behind the grid – thanks, Steve! You can catch the rest of Fuse’s videos on their YouTube channel, including a nice one on the 70:20:10 model.

(Disclosure: I wasn’t paid for writing this blog. I just think the Fuse team does a good job.)

2 responses to “The Learning and Development Change Grid revisited. Again.

  1. Appreciate your points

    Regards
    James
    stratbeans.com

  2. Nice to see the Training Ghetto put into graphic format, Don!

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