Addressing Changes

Yesterday, I listed some of the major changes that L&D needs to acknowledge. What we need now is to look at the top steps that […]

Acknowledging Changes

There are a serious number of changes that are affecting organizations.  We’re seeing changes in the information flow, in technology, and in what we know […]

Mundanities

This post is late, as my life has been a little less reflective, and a little more filled with some mundane issues.  There’re some changes […]

Organizational terms

Listening to a talk last week led me to ponder the different terms for what it is I lobby for.  The goal is to make […]

AI Reflections

Last night I attended a session on “Our Relationship with AI” sponsored by the Computer History Museum and the Partnership on AI. In a panel […]

Developing L&D

One of the conversations I’ve been having is how to shift organizations into modern workplace learning. These discussions have not been with L&D, but instead […]

FAAPI 2017: Authenticity as a continuum in the global context

Thank you to everyone who attended the FAAPI conference and watched my talk about the Authenticity Continuum. You can download the slides and references from […]

The student voice on technology, wellbeing and society.

This blog post is one of a series on phase two of LSE 2020, a student-focused project that has engaged with 440 students. In this post, […]

Dual OS or Teams of Teams?

I asked this question in the L&D Revolution LinkedIn group I have to support the Revolutionize L&D book, but thought I’d ask it here as […]

Innovative Work Spaces

I recently read that Apple’s new office plan is receiving bad press. This surprises me, given that Apple usually has their handle on the latest […]

My policies

Like most of you, I get a lot of requests for a lot of things. Too many, really. So I’ve had to put in policies […]

Reflection ‘out loud’

I am a fan of Show Your Work and Work Out Loud, but I’m wondering about whether they could mislead.  Not that that’s the intent, […]

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