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Ken Turner(LION)

Online Course Developer, Teacher at Virtual High School, Speaker
I am an explorer and innovator at heart. It is my firm belief that the learning culture of business organizations need to re-evaluate their position. My passion is for instructing online, instructional design and innovation. Creating an atmosphere of sustained engagement in ongoing learning for employees needs to be one of the drivers of business organizations.
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April 20, 2019 | Sponsored

Fail Safe: The Needed Paradigm Shift, Part 2

The training culture has been with us since the Industrial Revolution of the late 19th to the early 20th century. At the time, it served its purpose to maintain effective production. The demands of the 21st century effectively state that the training culture needs a paradigm shift to a learning culture.
July 19, 2018

Elements Of A True Learning Culture: Employee Engagement

As suggested in Part I of this article, the development of a true learning culture within business organizations is no longer a "we will experiment with this if we have time but let's keep doing what we have always done" choice. It has become an essential to healthy organizational growth that enables an organization to truly compete on the new digital playing field.
April 13, 2018

Building An Effective Learning Culture - A Needed Revolution In Business Perspectives

Building an effective learning culture is not about the tools! It is about a revolutionary change in purpose and perspective. It is about coming to the realization that your business organization or higher learning organization is terribly out of sync with the realities unfolding in a connected global economy and world. It is about being proactive in a rapidly changing world.
November 26, 2017

Forging A New Vision For Global eLearning, Part 1

As technology advances at an exponential rate, we are reaching a point where we will experience a perfect storm where advances in technology will impact with the state of our pedagogy, and overwhelm our efforts to handle change. This article explores the need of a new vision to harness these forces.