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Sunder Ramachandran

Sunder Ramachandran heads the training function for Pfizer in India and is responsible for the overall training strategy for 2500 customer facing colleagues & their managers. He has been in the enterprise learning space for 13 years with a blend of entrepreneurial & mainstream corporate experience. He reflects on how learning professionals can respond to the mobile & cloud first ecosystem via his blog 'Learning experiments' - www.sundertrg.tumblr.com Sunder was rated No.10 globally & No. 2 in APAC in the annual list of top ten e-learning movers & shakers compiled by Training Press Releases, UK in January 2015. In April 2015, he was ranked No. 4 in the list of Top 25 Indian HR influencers on social media by SHRM. Sunder holds Post Graduate diplomas in Instructional Design & HR from Symbiosis University, India & a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing Management from Annamalai University, India.
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Blended Learning - The Learners' Point of View

Posted by Sunder Ramachandran

Feb 11, 2016 11:32:45 AM

This post was originally written by Sunder Ramachandran on his blog Learning Experiments. Many thanks for sharing.

Blended Learning is a hot topic of discussion in the L&D community. The definitions and perspectives on this theme are wide ranging and vary depending on who you are speaking to. Implementing a blended learning strategy is a mandate that most training managers carry.

YourLearningJourneyJane Hart of C4LPT recently surveyed 750 L&D professionals on ‘What blended learning means’? The results were interesting:

  • 49% felt it’s a combination of face to face & e-learning
  • 23% felt it’s a strategic L&D approach to support multiple learning initiatives
  • 21% felt it’s an activity containing a range of formats and media
  • 7% had other ideas
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Topics: Blended learning

Blending Webinars with Traditional Classroom Learning

Posted by Sunder Ramachandran

Apr 1, 2015 9:00:00 AM

This post was originally written by Sunder Ramachandran on his blog Learning Experiments. Many thanks for sharing.

Webinars (term for web-based seminars, presentations, lectures or workshops) are an interesting and effective medium for knowledge transfer and learning.

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Topics: Blended learning, Webinars

Driving Engagement within Social Learning Communities

Posted by Sunder Ramachandran

Mar 25, 2015 11:33:00 AM

This post was originally written by Sunder Ramachandran on his blog Learning Experiments. Many thanks for sharing.

The moment you mention social learning, invariably the L&D community starts thinking of Enterprise Social Networks (ESNs). While an ESN may not be a necessary condition for social learning, it does provide a platform that adds a level of tangibility to social behaviours. An online community also enables participants within a learning journey to work out loud (an important ingredient of social learning). (#showyourwork #workoutloud)

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Topics: Engagement, Social Learning

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