Consulting Services for Business

Periodically I’m asked if I provide self education consulting services to the business community. The main thing I’m asked about is if I’m available to consult about creating and implementing a self education (informal learning) program within a company.

Since I am currently (and happily) employed by a large software company managing a great team of technical writers, instructional designers and marketing writers, I am not able to provide outside consulting services at this time. For now, I leave that to others.

In the interest of fostering the growth of informal learning and the principles and ideas this blog embraces, below are listed some consulting services that might prove useful to business decision makers looking for such services.

I do not know any of these people personally. So those seeking out their services should make the decisions on their own to employ any consultants. I offer these people and consulting services as a starting point for anyone seeking out such consultants.

If anyone has used any of these services, or other consultants not listed, I would be interested to hear about your experience.

Jay Cross – Internet Time Group

Jay Cross’ book, Informal Learning: Rediscovering the Natural Pathways That Inspire Innovation and Performance, is a classic in the field as far as I’m concerned. I read it and still refer to it often. Jay consults with companies to arrive at one objective, to deliver more learning for lower cost.

Marcia L. Conner – Ageless Learner

Marcia L. Conner is an author and part of an advisory services firm that works with companies to equip them with new approaches to learning that appeal to all generations and types of learners.

Gram Consulting

This firm helps businesses improve their results by helping them create custom learning to optimize organizational effectiveness.

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