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Writing books

I write. A lot, obviously (7 books, numerous articles, this blog, white papers, …). As a colleague pointed out, I’m lucky it comes easy. For […]

Conference Outcomes?

Two months ago, I wrote about the L&D Conference we were designing. In all fairness, I reckon I should report on how it went, now […]

Wisdom into practice

Many moons ago, I wrote about a personal quest. Recognizing that what I was doing is making people smarter ‘in the moment’, I looked for […]

Learning Science Bandwagon?

I’m not alone in carrying the banner for learning science. Others are talking about evidence-based practices, making it stick, and more. This, I maintain, is […]

Web 3.0 and whither the LMS

At the recent DevLearn conference, I was part of a Guild Master panel on emerging technologies. It featured notables such as Julie Dirksen, Mark Lassoff, […]

Kaku #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap

Michio Kaku opened the second day of DevLearn with a keynote on the future of the mind. He portrayed extrapolations of current research to some […]

Feast or Famine

This week is a wee bit of a hectic one, capping a few of the same. There’s an old saying about feast or famine, and […]

Bethune #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap

Kevin Bethune kicked off the 2022 DevLearn conference with a personal story about getting to delivering strategic innovation. Talking about interdisciplinary work that has an […]

Less myths, please

I had the pleasure of being the opening keynote at the People Matters L&D conference in Mumbai this past week, with a theme of ‘disruption’. […]

Misusing affordances?

Affordances is a complex term. Originally coined by Gibson, and popularized by Norman, it’s been largely used in terms of designing interfaces. Yet, it’s easy […]

Myth Persistence

It’s been more than a decade (and probably several), that folks have been busting myths that permeate our industry. Yet, they persist. The latest evidence […]

Better RFPs, Please

I regularly rant about the quality of the learning designs we see. Knowledge dump and information test, I rail, is┬ánot going to lead to meaningful […]

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