Better RFPs, Please

I regularly rant about the quality of the learning designs we see. Knowledge dump and information test, I rail, is not going to lead to meaningful […]

Is Compliance Training Killing Your Learning Culture? [Weisblatt]

Is Compliance Training Killing Your Learning Culture? — from learningsolutionsmag.com by Adam Weisblatt Excerpt: There is a disconnect in learning and development departments in most […]

ABC Model of Behavior: How to Inspire Change in Learners

Do you have a behavior you hope to change in yourself or your learners? Before jumping straight into developing a new learning experience to address […]

Projects That Didn’t Fly

I’ve had the pleasure of leading the design of a number of projects that have had some impact. These include a mobile app a company […]

Designing a conference

When I agreed to join as co-director of the Learning & Development Accelerator, I’d already attended their first two conferences. Those had been designed to […]

Small thoughts about Smalltalk

A couple of weeks ago, The Computer History Museum hosted a panel session on Smalltalk, which I watched via video. Alan Kay (who’s vision for […]

Reflections on “Teachers Are Ready for Systemic Change. Are Schools?” [Will]

Teachers Are Ready for Systemic Change. Are Schools? — from edweek.org by Madeline Will Schools need effective, transformative change. Leaders must be ready to take […]

Test and tune

It’s easy to believe that if we build solutions according to the principles, what we build will work. Certainly, that’s the case in many instances. […]

What if smart TVs’ new killer app was a next-generation learning-related platform? [Christian]

TV makers are looking beyond streaming to stay relevant — from protocol.com by Janko Roettgers and Nick Statt Excerpts: The search for TV’s next killer […]

Reflections on “8 big questions as colleges start fall 2022” [Seltzer]

8 big questions as colleges start fall 2022 — from highereddive.com by Rick Seltzer Will higher ed’s financial picture clear? Can campuses innovate? Is a […]

The Multidisciplinary Approach to Thinking [Kaufman]

The Multidisciplinary Approach to Thinking — from fs.blog by Peter Kaufman; with thanks to Robert Ferraro for this resource Excerpt: Peter Kaufman is one of the […]

A very solid question: “What role do CFOs play in the Great Resignation?” [Keating]

What role do CFOs play in the Great Resignation? — from chieflearningofficer.com by Keith Keating Excerpt: People are unhappy with their jobs, opportunities and employers’ […]

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