In a recent blog post, Rachael Addicott, Senior Research Fellow for the King’s Fund, an independent charity working to improve health and health care in England, reviewed a survey of primary care providers performed by the Commonwealth Fund and the Kaiser Family Foundation in the first quarter of 2015. According to the survey, Slightly more
From my blog post at Q2Learning: An organization we know is planning to encourage (and capture!) informal learning by presenting the new dashboards in the context of a software platform which also features space for forum discussions about the numbers and what they mean. They plan to sponsor periodic conversations about how the modeling assumptions
From my blog post at Q2Learning: As learning organizations, we can support our teams by making available training opportunities in building soft skills, which these days need to also cover how to communicate effectively using the more attenuated sensory channels –telephone, email, video conferencing, discussion sites — available to our virtual teams. We can also make available
From my blog post at Q2Learning: I have a theory that in the very best-run organizations, it’s difficult to tease out ROI for the training initiatives. That’s because when an org is closely coordinating its efforts, an initiative will include changes to capital investment, staffing, and training. And it will be very difficult to slice
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