Ich weiss nicht, warum mir dieses Interview erst jetzt aufgefallen ist. Marc Rosenberg, „leading expert in the world of training, organizational learning, e-learning, knowledge management, and performance improvement“, spricht über das tägliche Geschäft von eLearning Professionals und wie sehr ihr Erfolg davon abhängt, dass sie ihre Arbeit strategisch richtig platzieren. Vor allem der Einstieg gefällt mir sehr:
„However, I think it’s more important to understand the concept of e-learning. That means that the definition of e-learning really needs to go back to how training professionals define their role. If professionals define their role narrowly, as in „we do training,“ then that definition is fine. If professionals expand their role to believe that their role is to improve performance, impact the business, and support knowledge workers, then the technology around learning and information becomes much more broad than delivering training electronically. There’s knowledge management, collaboration, communities of practice, and performance support. All of those things look nothing like training, and they’re not developed like training.
So, if we have a broader definition of our role, then we need find a broader definition of e-learning, which is using Internet technologies to deliver a broad array of solutions that impact learning and performance.“