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Update on my webinars

I know, I know, I’ve been doing a lot of updates: books, workshops, and now webinars. I promise I’ll get back to my regular posting […]

Update on my workshops

Just as I did an update on my books, it’s time to also let you know about some workshop opportunities. Together, I think they create […]

Habits and variety

Having heard it’s good for maintaining cognitive ability, I like to vary things. And, to keep doing things right, I like habits. Are these mutually […]

Updates on my books

At this calendar inflection, it’s interesting to note how time flies. I was somewhat amazed to find out that my first three books were already […]

Separate content from description

Once again facing folks who aren’t using styles, I was triggered to think more deeply about the underlying principle. That is, to separate content from […]

Performance Ecosystem Maturity Model

Someone on LinkedIn asked about a way to evaluate orgs on their learning infrastructure. And I had developed a Performance Ecosystem Maturity Model as part […]

Five trends for 2021

As frequently happens, I get asked for my predictions. And, of course, I have reservations. Here’s a video that provides the qualifications, and five trends […]

Foundations of Learning Science

Another video, this time (ok, again ;) about learning science. They like me to do this to push the course, but I did hear the […]

Measuring Impact (or not)

So I saw a twitter thread pointing to an argument about how ROI is dead. And, well, that’s largely okay with me. However, the trigger […]

AI and Meaningful Practice

Again, a video of an idea I want to talk about. This time about AI and Meaningful Practice (just around 2 minutes). I welcome your […]

The Future of L&D? A pitch

I was talking with a colleague the other day, and got a wee bit dramatic. I also thought it was an important point. So here, […]

Flow, workflow, and learning

On LinkedIn, a colleague asked “Why do people think that integrating content in the flow of work equals learning in the flow of work?” An […]

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