NOT Learning Engineering

I recently wrote about two different interpretations of the term ‘learning engineering’. So when I saw another article on the topic, I was keen to […]

Experimenting with conference design

As part of coping in this time of upheaval, I’m trying different things. Which isn’t new, but there seem to be more innovations to tap […]

Points of inflection

In a conversation the other day, I was asked about what’s needed, and what’s missing, in making the L&D revolution come to life.  I’ve previously […]

Adapting to change

We live in interesting times. And, of course, that means many things have changed. Some for the worse, some for the better. I thought I’d […]

Two learning engineerings?

So, I’ve written before about ‘learning engineering’. And, separately, it’s become an issue just what the term means. It appears there are two ‘learning engineerings’, […]

How I work

So, I work from home. A lot. And lots of folks are providing advice for those who have to make the shift in these interesting […]

Interesting times

It was when I was living in Australia that I first heard the apocryphal Chinese curse “may you live in interesting times.” And, I have […]

Is intrinsic motivation a myth?

I was asked to comment on intrinsic motivation, and was pointed to an article claiming that it’s a myth(!). Given that I’m a staunch advocate […]

More Myths-Based Marketing

Is it the rising lack of trust in what anyone says? Have we turned into a society where any crazy marketing works? It certainly seems […]

An ATD TK2020 retrospective #ATDTK

This past week, I spent two days at ATD’s Techknowledge conference. I gave a talk on ‘transforming learning’, and another (largely) on myths. And I […]

Death to Zombies!

Last week, I ranted about a myth that seems inextinguishable. And I ran across another one in a place I shouldn’t have. And I keep […]

Images processed 60K faster? No! And more…

Recently, I’ve run into the claim that images are processed 60K times faster than text. And, folks, it’s a myth. More over, it’s exemplary of […]

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