Welcome to the inaugural issue of the
As my practice has grown and diversified, I'm often asked, "So
Lance, what are you doing now?" Or, "You've been in this industry a
while, what do you think we should be thinking about?" In the
D-Letter I'll keep you up-to- date on what I'm up to.
I'll explore the latest trends and offer my insights on what
separates fact from fiction, myth from truth, and hype from reality.
And, I'll point you in the direction of interesting people, events,
Thank you for joining me. As always, I welcome your comments and
|What's In A Name|
I am a firm believer in the power of one’s brand. With over
30 years of experience in learning, change and organizational
development, I've had the opportunity to personally work with
thousands of people and hundreds of organizations. I've also
met countless others through my speaking engagements at
industry and related conferences.
I'm proud that the 'Dublin' name has become associated with
working closely with clients to creatively solve problems and
produce measurable results. So I've decided that DUBLIN
CONSULTING best describes who I am and what I do.
|Free Webinar Series Starts February 7th!|
I am pleased to invite you to join me in my Winter Webinar
Series, Putting Theory Into Practice: How-To Ensure Your
Success with E- Learning, hosted by Elluminate. These
are highly interactive and fun one-hour events (2:00pmEST) -
and they are FREE! Tell your colleagues. Register now from the
Tuesday, February 7th -– Are You Setting Your Sights Too
Low? How to Develop an Effective e- Learning Strategy
Thursday, March 9th -- What the Experts Don’t Tell You
About Implementing Your LMS: How to Develop an Effective
Communications/Change Management Program
Wednesday, April 12th -– Are You Prepared for an
Uncertain Future? How to Align Your Organization’s Learning
Strategies with it’s Learning Needs
|Isn't it time to 'tune-up' your e-learning
No doubt about it. If you owned an expensive car (like the
BMW M3 here) you would regularly take it in for a tune-up.
You'd make sure it was running at peak performance. Shouldn’t
you do the same with your e-learning program?
I know companies everywhere are trying to do more with
less. The way to put off major purchases is getting more out
of what you’ve got, spending a little on ‘preventive
maintenance’ and increased performance rather than a lot on
new programs or more ‘options’. A relatively small investment
can produce significant results!
I have been an advocate for innovative approaches to
learning and change throughout my career. I went from
designing a week long ‘Experiment in Free Form Education’
program in high school to co- founding one of the nation’s
first fully accredited ‘University Without Walls’. Then
recognizing the impact of new user-centered technologies on
the intersection of people, business and learning, I founded
and built Dublin Group, a company which became a leader in
improving individual and organizational performance and
implementing large-scale change.
I'm now an independent management consultant, international
speaker, and author based in San Francisco, California and
serving clients world-wide. I specialize in strategy
development, program design, and implementation for corporate
learning programs, organizational development interventions,
and organizational change management initiatives. Find out more....