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Game Results

The game we designed (as I talked about yesterday), Quest for Independence, was actually a fair bit of a hit. While we couldn’t talk to […]

Designing a game

When I was a young academic in Australia, a colleague asked me if I would talk to some folks about a game. He knew that […]

Quip: learning & instruction

I spoke at the ATD International Conference last week on myths. I said a number of things (and a number were said about it, too […]

Sign of a change?

I’ve been touting my recent book on debunking learning myths. Not because it’ll make me independently wealthy (if only!), but because it’s a continuation of my […]

Mental models are the agents of learning

I was talking with my friend and colleague Harold Jarche about how he’s expanding his valuable Personal Knowledge Mastery to teams and at the organizational […]

Cognitive and Learning Sciences

You’ll see a lot of vendors/sessions/webinars touting neuroscience or brain-based. And you really shouldn’t believe it.  Yes, our brains are composed of neurons, and we […]

Context is key

Workflow learning is one of the new buzzphrases. The notion is that you deliver learning to the point of need, instead of taking people away […]

Nuances Matter

I’ve argued before that the differences between well-designed and well-produced learning, and just well-produced learning, are subtle. And, in general, nuances matter. So, in my […]


From time to time, it’s worth a reminder that Quinnovation (the firm behind the blog) is available to help you.  Here are the services you […]

Quip: Learning & Development

I’ve used this quip quite a bit, as it’s essentially the rationale for the Revolution book.  And I want to make clear what I’m saying, […]

The Optimistic View

In yesterday’s post, I quipped about how L&D wasn’t doing well, and I want to clarify my perspective. Because, you see, I’m an optimist!  I […]

Real (e)Learning Heroes

While there are people who claim to be leaders in elearning (and some are), there is another whole group who flies under the radar. These […]

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