Tag: feedback

Axe Versie 4To achieve continuous improvement there must always be some kind of continuous #feedback. In a report from E.D. Pulakos and R.S. O’Leary (Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2011) “… the reality is that informal, continuous feedback is the most important and powerful feedback that can be given…the importance of continuous feedback to help employees make real-time alterations in their behavior, enabling them to perform their work more efficiently and effectively.” Or like Bill Gates said recently in his TED talk: “And with no feedback, no coaching, there’s just no way to improve”.

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LearnThe new learning tools in leading organizations are embedded in daily workflow. The reason for this is quite simple: learning requires context.

The baby boom generation will remember when learning math used to be a repetitive exercise in memorizing multiplication tables: what is 10X10, 11×11, 12×12 …? Nowadays our kids come home with math questions in a context. For example, what is cheaper? Leasing a car for 48 months at $100 per month or buying a car for $5,000? We were seriously impressed by the “new” math. It’s more effective, more interesting, and you can apply it right away.

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