which is available online. Clark and I have discussed before the challenges with naming in our world and I was happy to see that he adopted the terminology of eLearning -> ePerformance.
I've talked about ePerformance before in EPSS and ePerformance as well as in a series of articles in Learning Circuits:
- ePerformance Essentials
- ePerformance at Work: Self-Service Action and Development Planning
- ePerformance at Work: eFollowUp
One of the end points on Clark's map is what he calls a Performance Ecosystem that he talks through at minute 54 in the talk.
I'm not sure if this is top-down or bottom-up or both kind of adoption. I look forward to continued conversation around the topic of ePerformance. Then he gets into discussion (1:02) around the gist of ePerformance - it's "not about training/learning, it's about empowering performance." He mentions:
Just in timeGood stuff Clark.
Just what's needed
Problem solving, creativity, innovation, wisdom