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Quinnovations

I was talking with my lass, and reminiscing about a few things. And, it occurs to me, that I may not have mentioned them all. […]

Exploration & Surprise

Some weeks back, I posted about surprise. That is, a new model that says that that our brains work to minimize surprise. We learn so […]

Learning Tools and Uni Change

As part of a push for Learning Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University recently released their learning design tools. I’ve been aware of CMU’s Open Learning Initiative […]

Violating Expectations

As some of you may know, last week I had a surgical procedure. I don’t want to share details, but while it was non-trivial, it […]

#LSCon 19 Reflections

It’s hard to think of now, but last week I was at the Learning Solutions conference. And I had a really great time. I didn’t […]

Sarah Prevette #LSCon Keynote Mindmap

Sarah Prevette closed the Learning Solutions conference with a rapid fire overview of Design Thinking and a passionate case for making the success skills of […]

Baratunde Thurston #LSCon Keynote Mindmap

Baratunde Thurston opened this year’s Learning Solutions conference with a funny and interesting keynote talking about storytelling. Hard to capture humor in a mindmap, but […]

Sarah Lewis #LSCon Keynote Mindmap

In a thoughtful presentation, Sarah Lewis kicked off the second day of the Learning Solutions conference. She used compelling stories of innovations to paint a […]

Chasing Technology Good and Bad

I’ve been complaining, as part of the myths tour, that everyone wants the magic bullet. But, as I was commenting to someone, there are huge […]

Better Benchmarking

I was on a phone conversation and was asked whether I compared my clients against others in the business to help them figure out where […]

Curriculum or pedagogy?

In a conversation today, I mentioned that previously I’ve thought that perhaps the best next ‘man in the moon’ project would be to put an […]

Thoughts on strategy from Training 19

So last week I was the strategy track coach for the Training 19 conference. An experiment! That meant that I picked the sessions from a […]

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