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Ajay Pangarkar, CTDP, FCPA, FCMA

Award-Winning Author & Workplace Performance Strategist | Globally Recognized Strategist
Ajay Pangarkar CTDP, FCPA, FCMA, an award-winning workplace author (The Trainer’s Balanced Scorecard), performance strategist, President of CentralKnowledge. Start a “Workplace Revolution” (blog.centralknowledge.com) Twitter: @BizLearningDude
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April 21, 2020

Question Everything...Then, Question It Again

In the one business discipline you'd expect people to question what others are telling them, Learning and Development is more like the Wild West, willing to accept anything that sounds remotely credible. It's time to do what learning is best at doing, and that's to be critical thinkers.
February 25, 2020

5 Questions Learning Practitioners Must Answer

What does it take to earn the respect of operational leaders for your learning efforts? It's about preparing yourself to address your stakeholders' primary concerns well before any learning design is done. But in order to earn respect, you must respect their concerns and expectations.