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Posts by E-Learning Provocateur

Not a cat

My favourite episode of Blackadder is the one in which Baldrick burns the manuscript of Dr Samuel Johnson’s dictionary. As Edmund scrambles to re-write the […]

Everything, everywhere, all at once

The title of this blog post is borrowed from Deloitte’s summary of the priorities of C-suite executives (which in turn is borrowed from the Daniels). […]

L&D conferences in Australia in 2023

Has our conference attendance rate returned to pre-pandemic levels? I’m not sure. I attended several last year, and while there seemed to be plenty of […]

Indecent proposals

Another year has flown by, and once again I’m pleasantly surprised by the number of articles I managed to post in-between the trials and tribulations […]

Tree climbers

I respect Malcolm Gladwell as a thinker, but I’m disappointed by his Grand Unified Theory for fixing higher education that he espouses in an episode […]

The duality of Agile

The term “Agile” means different things to different people. To some it’s the powerhouse of efficiency and productivity; whereas to others it’s a vague label […]

Game changer

As a blogger, I’ve been struggling. Historically it has been a rewarding pastime for me – both personally and career wise – but it has […]

Supercharge your digital training

We’ve all been there. The organisation invests an obscene amount of money in a course library, and after much fanfare and an initial spike of […]

I don’t know

Despite its honesty, the humble phrase “I don’t know” is widely feared. From the fake-it-til-you-make-it mindset of consultants to the face-saving responses of executives, we […]

Approaching perfection

I’ve never understood the rationale of the 80% pass mark. Which 20% of our work are we prepared to do wrongly? It might explain the […]

The right stuff

Well that was unexpected. When I hit the Publish button on Not our job, I braced myself for a barrage of misunderstanding and its evil […]

Not our job

Despite the prevailing rhetoric for the Learning & Development function to be “data driven”, data for the purposes of evaluating what we do is notoriously […]

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