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Chief Cognitive Officer?

Businesses are composed of core functions, and they optimize them to succeed. In areas like finance, operations, and information technology, they prioritize investments, and look […]

The necessary program?

Things are moving faster, and careers are supposed to be changing more frequently. What does that mean for university degrees (or other employment preparation)?  Yes, […]

About this change to the site…

So, I’d been unhappy with how hard it was to update my site. It had some problems, but I was afraid to change it because […]

Skeptical Optimist or Hopeful Cynic? A Science Mindset

Is there any difference? At core, my new book is about learning science. And, as I’ve lamented before, the lack of understanding of cognitive science is a […]

Busting Myths!

As I have hinted, I’ve been working on a project that is related to what learning science has to do with learning design.  And I […]

At the edge

Another response to my request for topics asked about moving from the classroom to the ‘fringe’.  Here, I have a very simple response: the case […]

Kevin Carroll #ATDTK Keynote Mindmap

Kevin Carroll opened the TechKnowledge 18 conference with his story of triumphing over a rough beginning and the lessons he’s learned.   The post Kevin […]

John Medina #ATDTK Keynote Mindmap

John Medina of Brain Rules fame opened the second day of ATD’s TechKnowledge conference. In a rapid-paced and amusing presentation, he went through how we understand […]

Learning to Learn

As a response to my post where I offered to ‘listen’, I’ve had several comments giving me topics, and so I thought I should respond. […]


Listening, as I mentioned, in this case to Guy Wallace. As one of the premier promoters of evidence-based design, he responded to my question about what to post […]

Developing Decisions

I mentioned in yesterday’s post that one thing I do in getting objectives is focus on decisions. And, simple ones will get automated; we can train […]

And Listen

Listening is a vital skill.  It’s something that made my mother very popular, because she listened, remembered, and asked about whatever you said the next […]