The New Pedagogy Around "Learning to Do"
12/12/2019 Podcast: How to Join the Education Revolution, with Clark Aldrich <https://blog.enrollhand.com/how-to-join-the-education-revolution/>
12/9/2019: Letter: If You Need to Measure Learner Performance and Engagement, Use Short Sims <https://shoutout.wix.com/so/75MxbFNWS>
11/12/2019: Most ‘education’ makes us hate the subjects. Can we do better? <https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/most-education-makes-us-hate-subjects-can-we-do-better-clark-aldrich/>
10/30/2019: Does Your Content Develop Conviction? <https://learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/do-your-simulations-develop-conviction>
10/29/2019: WebCourseWorks Seminar <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p22JiT7-aAc&t=470s>
9/19/2019: eLearning Guild's Microlearning Design Online Conference <https://www.elearningguild.com/content/5895/microlearning-design-online-conference-2019-home/>
9/11/2019: eLearning Content Should Track Learners (But Not as You Think) <https://learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/elearning-content-should-track-learners-but-not-as-you-think>
8/30/2019: Short Sim Strategy: A New Vision for Enterprise Learning <https://learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/short-sims-strategy-a-new-vision-for-enterprise-learning>
8/12/2019: Professor Game interviews Clark Aldrich <professorgame.com/podcast/094>
8/11/2019: Eliane Alhadeff: Book Preview: Democratizing Interactivity In Educational Media With “Short Sims" <http://bit.ly/2N01ABY>
8/1/2019: Sample chapters released <https://www.shortsims.com/book>
7/30/2019: Learning Solutions <https://learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/clark-aldrich-changing-elearning-with-short-sims>
7/18/2019: ATD Insights, A Sim of A Sim: <>
1/1/2019: ATD Cover Story <https://www.shortsims.com/td>
More articles and speaking events to be announced.
The cover story of January's TD Magazine heralds a revolution. 'Short Sims' represent a new model of shorter, more engaging content. They may be the first educational media to meet the needs of both learners and sponsors. Get Clark Aldrich's article here.
Rebuild your culture around Learning to Do.
Do you hate to be bossed around? So do your learners. Create content based on interesting decisions instead.
We are your partners in opening up fintech and other opportunities, and making new regulations nothing to fear.
It's not just new skills, but new perspectives that have to be developed in record time.
Programs can be rigorous and audit-able, and still innovative and transformative.
We made 99% of textbooks and online content obsolete. But just add Short Sims to make them relevant again.
ETHICS and CYBER
We focus not just on compliance, but conviction.
Being the smartest person in the room is fine, but being the most influential is better.
Something just happened. Today's technology - if used elegantly - can now solve one of the biggest problems of every leader:
How do you grow the competence and conviction of everyone all of the time, in a way that is predictable, cost-efficient, and valued?
This next stage of the evolution of formal learning did not come easily. We conducted almost two decades of research and pilots globally with organizations such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Harvard Business School Publishing, Department of Defense, ETS, and various game companies, and then delivered dozens of transformational experiences with the world's leading organizations, from VISA to Department of State. During this time, our approach changed from simple to complex, to simple.
Today, our expertise in Learning to Do has never been deeper.
Organizations need to evolve. Every day. We can help you get there.
Clark Aldrich leads every engagement.
Aldrich is the creator of the Short Sim methodology, and has been called a 'guru' by Fortune Magazine and a 'maverick' by CNN. Aldrich and his work have been featured in hundreds of sources, including CBS, ABC, The New York Times, USA Today, AP, Wall Street Journal, NPR, CNET, Business 2.0, BusinessWeek, and U.S. News and World Report. He has written five books, founded Gartner's eLearning's coverage, given numerous keynotes, and his patent and award winning sims have earned millions.