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Skills, competencies, and moving forward

I was asked, recently, about skills versus competencies. The context was an individual who saw orgs having competency frameworks, but only focusing on skill development. […]

Learning science again

In an earlier post, I made a defense of cognitive psychology (really, to me, cognitive science, a bigger umbrella). And, previously, the case for learning science. […]

In Defense of Cognitive Psychology

A recent Donald Clark post generated an extension from Stephen Downes. I respect both of these folks as people and as intellects, but while I […]

A heuristic approach to motivation

I’ve been pondering more about curiosity and ‘making it meaningful’ and how we might work on motivation to make learning truly meaningful. I’v come up […]

The case for gated submissions

Twice out of three recent opportunities, I’ve been thwarted from my intentions by platform capabilities. And, once, I was supported. But this capability is so […]

Addressing fear in learning

One of my mantras in ‘make it meaningful‘ is that there’re three things to do. And one of those was kind of a toss away, until […]

Unpacking collaboration and cooperation?

My colleague, Harold Jarche (the PKM guy), has maintained that cooperation is of more value than collaboration. And for good reason, because cooperation comes from internal […]

The plusses and minuses of learning science research

A person who I find quite insightful (and occasionally inciteful ;) is Donald Clark. He built and sold Epic, an elearning company, and now he […]

Authentic Marketing

I’m not a marketing expert, or even a marketer, so take the following with the proverbial boulder of salt. Still, I have to market Quinnovation, […]

Top 10 Tools for Learning 2020

It’s time, once again, for Jane Hart’s excellent Top 10 Tools for Learning survey. And, so, it’s time once again for my reflections. Here are […]

The case for learning science

In a perfect world, we’d spend all the time we want on learning. However, we don’t live in that world, we live in the real […]

Thinking Transformation

This pandemic has led to everyone scrambling to work digitally. And it’s not really a transformation (which shouldn’t be ‘digital first’), but rather just ‘move […]

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