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Posts by E-Learning Provocateur

Double defence

In a past life I worked with a fellow named Jim who was very good at what he did. As what I would term a […]

Digital Learning conferences in Australia in 2021

Let’s try that again. Just as we were gearing up for another year’s worth of cutting edge insights and showcases, the coronavirus had other ideas. […]

Semantics, semantics

I dislike grammar jokes, pedants, and Oxford commas. That’s my jovial way to end a year that will be remembered as a tough one for […]

Scaling up

In Roses are red, I proposed definitions for oft-used yet ambiguous terms such as “competency” and “capability”. Not only did I suggest a competency be […]

Roses are red

It seems like overnight the L&D profession has started to struggle with the definition of terms such as “capability”, “competency” and “skill”. Some of our […]

Academic deflation

I once had a conversation with a man who scared me. It was over 20 years ago, and I remember him being quite a lovely […]

More than just a pretty face

I’ve blogged in favour of digital badges in the past, not because they’re colourful motivators – which arguably they are, at least for some people […]

Transformers

It seems like everyone’s spruiking the “new normal” of work. The COVID-19 pandemic is keeping millions of previously office-bound employees at home, forcing L&D professionals […]

The leader’s new clothes

From $7 billion to nearly $14 billion. That’s how much the spend on leadership training by American corporations grew over the preceding 15 years, according […]

Yellow submarine

Years ago, I remember taking a tour of what was then one of those newfangled “innovation labs”. A hive of Design Thinking, it was crawling […]

The next normal

The COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a new normal for L&D professionals as millions of people were sent home to work remotely. While many of us […]

Unhappy sheets

Few things in the L&D profession attract as much disdain as the Level 1 evaluation survey. Known colloquially as the “happy sheet”, the humble questionnaire […]

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