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Levels of Organizational Alignment

Several years ago, I was pushing the notion of the Coherent Organization. While I still feel it’s relevant, perhaps the time wasn’t right or I […]

Higher-education Myths

I’ve been in a variety of higher education roles in several ways: as a victim, er, student; as a grad student; post-doc; tenured/promoted faculty member; […]

The (Post) Cognitive Perspective

I’m deeply steeped in the cognitive sciences, owing to a Ph.D. in cognitive psych. Fortuitively, this was at the time my advisor was creating the […]

Meta-ethics of learning design

I’ve addressed ethics elsewhere, but I’m looking at it a different way now. I”m thinking from the perspective of situated cognition, and recognizing that there […]

Complexity in Learning Design

I recently mentioned that one of the problems with research is that things are more interconnected than we think. This is particularly true with cognitive […]

Reading Research?

I was honored to have a colleague laud my Myths book (she was kind enough to also promote the newer learning science book), but it […]

Iterating and evaluating

I’ve argued before about the need for evaluation in our work. This occurs summatively, where we’re looking beyond smile sheets to actually determine the impact […]

Coping with Change: A Book Review of Flux by April Rinne

How do we cope with change? There’s a myth that we resist change, but Peter de Jaeger busted that in a talk I heard where […]

Making it Meaningful

I volunteer for our local Community Emergency Response Team (CERT; and have learned lots of worthwhile things). On a call, our local organizer mentioned that […]

More lessons from bad design

I probably seem like a crank, given the way I take things apart. Yet, I maintain there’s a reason beyond “get off my lawn!” I […]

Caveat Malarkey

After continuing to take down marketing blather, it’s time for a plea. Caveat Malarkey! And, as always, the prose. If you’ve been paying attention, you […]

More Marketing Malarkey

As has become all too common, someone decided to point me to some posts for their organization. Apparently, interest was sparked by a previous post […]

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