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Thank you for your mention Michele. We are using the learning plan approach at eMonitor (part of the Monitor Group) where I am now working as VP On-Line Action Solutions. We have added a couple of things at Monitor that are proving to be valuable. In building learning plans we have people (i) think through their learning style, (ii) identify their strengths - we use the Now, Discover Your Strengths book, but other approaches could work equally well - (iii) think through their learning style again in terms of their strengths. We are also building a semantic web representation of each person's learning plan (in RDF) and then weaving each individual's plan together with the other people on our team to better understand the network of skills and interests that underpin our organizational capabilities. We will be presenting on thie at the SemTech conference in San Jose in May.

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