eLearning, to me, seems like an exciting new field that has barely been tapped and which has a wide open future. However, no matter how exciting and universal it seems, it is really a subset of training, instruction, education, etc. So, before I really embark on this adventure in eLearning, maybe I should think about the larger world of Training from which it springs.
One of the Senior VPs at work posted something interesting on his internal blog today, essentially asking the following question: "What does a fully-developed and healthy Quality Culture look like?"
I rattled off the following as a reply, pretty much off the top of my head. Any thoughts as to how this could be improved? Continue reading
I've been trying to find out more about Business Process Management lately. What I've seen over a few years of doing root cause analysis is that many important root causes are related to how we design, manage, and operate key processes. I'm not just talking about typical business processes, either. The processes I've been looking at over the past couple years have dealt with subjects like management of nuclear plant modifications and associated documentation, pre-job safety and risk analysis, construction-site housekeeping, workflow management within a large construction project, etc.
I confess to being a list-maker. I've published a few root cause analysis related lists in this weblog since it's inception 18 months ago in May 2004. I've also posted a couple in the
wiki (old wiki gone, new wiki still sparse). I thought it might be interesting to wrap them all up into a single article. So, with that introduction, here are the lists.