Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Raman K. Attri
Transformation Training Consultant | Hi-Tech Complex Training | Competetive Learning Strategies | Advanced Performance Design | Organizational Learning
Transformation Training Consultant | Hi-Tech Complex Training | Competetive Learning Strategies | Advanced Performance Design | Organizational Learning
About
Raman K.'s posts

Post has attachment
Photo

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Inviting to subscribe my blog - Personal Resonance©: Accelerating Time-to-Expertise
Photo

Post has shared content
Inviting Leaders who Follow My Posts to Connect with me and Subscribe to Original Blog link

Inviting my followers to connect or subscribe to my original blog Personal Resonance©: Accelerating Time-to-Expertise http://www.personal-resonance.com Through this post I would like to invite all my followers and appreciators at FlipBoard, Facebook,…

Post has shared content
One of the challenge training and learning designers face is developing curriculum and strategies that are meant to advance the learners to next level of mastery in skills learned. In one of my last posts I compiled different models and theories on skill…

Post has shared content
6 Phases of Skill Acquisition Towards Mastery: Making one Definition from Research

During my Doctorate research first thing I was looking for a scale or phases of acquisition of skills. One of the most recognized works in specifying stages of expertise was proposed by Dreyfus and Dreyfus (1986). However, I came across so many different…

Post has shared content
What is this Time-to-Proficiency metrics anyway? Over the last decade every one of us has seen tremendous changes in technology and learning across the industries. In hi-tech industry, organizations are trying to squeeze (or accelerate) time-to-market of…

Post has shared content
10 Models of Skill Acquisition and Development: From a Novice to Expertise and Mastery

One of the challenge training and learning designers face is developing curriculum and strategies that are meant to advance the learners to next level of mastery in skills learned. There are a number of theories which attempt to explain how learners move…

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Wait while more posts are being loaded