Tips to Avoid Millennials Marketing Hype

I received, in my email, a solicitation for a webinar titled 5 Tips to Engage Gen Z and Millennial eLearners in 2020 and Beyond. And, as […]

Curious about Curiosity

Looking into motivation, particularly for learning, certain elements appear again and again.  So I’ve heard ‘relevance’, ‘meaningfulness‘, consequences, and more. Friston suggests that we learn […]

Practicing the Preach

I’m working on my next plan for global domination. And as I do, I’ve been developing my thinking, and there are some interesting outcomes. Including […]

Thinking about reframing

I found something interesting, and wanted to share, but…I realize this is supposed to be about my learnings about learning. So, I’m framing it as thinking […]

Losing our collective minds?

So, after that mess on Twitter, I next see on LinkedIn a recognized personage who proceeds to claim that learning styles are legit, and promises […]

ITA Jay Cross Award 2020

The Internet Time Alliance Award, in memory of Jay Cross, is presented to a workplace learning professional who has contributed in positive ways to the […]

Myths, publishers, and confusion

On twitter the other day, I was asked how I could on one hand rail against myths, and on the other work with orgs who […]

Wanna talk meaning, learning science, and more…?

The L&D conference, starting today, has a wide variety of things going on. I’m actually impressed, because in addition to the asynchronous and synchronous sessions […]

Getting Wiser

I’ve been interested in wisdom as a stretch goal. That is, if what I (and, ideally, we) do is help people become smarter, could we […]

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 […]

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