David Eagleman #Trgconf Keynote Mindmap

David Eagleman gave a humorous and insightful keynote at the Training 19 conference. He helped us see how the unconscious relates to conscious behavior, and […]

Surprise, Transformation, & Learning

Recently, I came across an article about a new explanation for behavior, including intelligence. This ‘free energy principle’ claims that entities (including us) “try to […]

Getting brainstorming wrong

There’s a time when someone takes a result, doesn’t put it into context, and leads you to bad information. And we have to call it […]

Learning from Experimentation

At the recent LearnTec conference, I was on a panel with my ITA colleagues, Jane Hart, Harold Jarche, and Charles Jennings. We were talking about […]

The wisdom of instruction

I was listening in to a webinar on trends in higher education. The speakers had been looking at different higher ed pedagogy models, within and […]

Locus of learning: community, AI, or org?

A recent article caused me to think. Always a great thing!  It led to some reflections that I want to share. The article is about […]

A foolish inconsistency

Here, a foolish inconsistency is the hobgoblin of my little mind. While there are some learnings in here (for me and others), it’s really just […]

The pain of learning

My dad, in his last years, lost the use of his hands and most of his hearing. It seemed like he then gave up. I […]

The case for PKM

Apparently, an acquaintance challenged my colleague Harold Jarche’s Personal Knowledge Mastery (PKM) model.  He seemed to consider the possibility that it’s a fad. Well, I do […]

Experimentation specifics

I’m obviously a fan of innovation, and experimentation is a big component of innovation. However, I fear I haven’t really talked about the specifics.  The […]

Editing, process, topics, and other reflections

My lass let me know there was a typo in my recent post on Transformation.  I’m thrilled that she’s reading them (!), but she triggered […]

Citations

Following on my thoughts on writing yesterday, this was a topic that didn’t fit (the post got too long ;).  So here we go..  Colleagues […]

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