In The Learning Age

Our main task — as organizations, as professionals, as people — it to constantly learn, adapt and make sense of an ever shifting, technology-driven environment. It’s daunting, isn’t it? This blog is an attempt to explore the ideas the question presents: Is e-learning simply learning?

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Posts by In The Learning Age

Lead with Training? Look beyond the recipe

I’ve seen it time and time again. An organization has a new technology, often joined with a new process and vision for processing, customer service, […]

Things I learned on my trip to India

I recently returned from an amazing 20 days in India (Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and Rajasthan). It was overwhelming (in a good way), and I’ll be […]

Gold from Straw: Creating Your Own Meaning

Personal learning is a form of assembly, where we find, evaluate, use or discard things we encounter on our way. More often than not, though. we […]

Trust or Control? It’s one or the other.

When I speak to people about the value of participating in professional learning networks (PLN), work out loud (WOL) practices, and the promise of sharing freely […]

Yogi’s Fork: Take it

Yogi Berra, the great baseball player, admired public figure and philosopher of the common man, recently passed away. Famous for his many aphorisms, there is […]

Our Competition Is Our Co-Operator: The new coopetition

The term coopetition has actually been around for quite some time, as strange as it may seem. Going back to at least the 1930s, the […]

The Minor Miracle of the Backchannel

Two things happened over the last several weeks that have completely energized my professional engagement via social media, and reconfirmed my strong belief that the […]

An Open Letter to My Readers

Dear Friends and Colleagues, Starting in September of this year, I will be free to engage across a variety of learning and organizational development projects […]

A Manifesto (with Poor Graphic Design)

If you have been following my blog over the last couple of years (thank you!), you may have noticed some changes to the banner and […]

What We’re Missing When Discussing MOOCs: Unintended intentions

There is much talk about MOOCs already, so I needn’t rehash the pros, cons, exemplars and far-more-common horrors as MOOCs reach their fifth birthday. MOOCs […]

Working in the Age of (Digital) Exploration: Part II – Navigating the digital high seas

The Learning Age, a new kind of age of discovery, requires a similar sort of basic navigational tools in order to keep going and to […]

Working in the Age of (Digital) Exploration: Part I – Exploring our digital world

Ferdinand Magellan. Marco Polo. Leif Eriksson. Christopher Columbus. The big names of the Age of Exploration traversed land and sea in search of adventure, discovery, […]