Levels of Organizational Alignment

Several years ago, I was pushing the notion of the Coherent Organization. While I still feel it’s relevant, perhaps the time wasn’t right or I […]

Higher-education Myths

I’ve been in a variety of higher education roles in several ways: as a victim, er, student; as a grad student; post-doc; tenured/promoted faculty member; […]

The (Post) Cognitive Perspective

I’m deeply steeped in the cognitive sciences, owing to a Ph.D. in cognitive psych. Fortuitively, this was at the time my advisor was creating the […]

The Disruption Of Legal Services Is Here [Arsneault]

The Disruption Of Legal Services Is Here — from forbes.com by John Arsneault Excerpt: For the first time in those 12 years, I am now […]

The Neurobiology of Why Your Learner’s Brain Responds to Great Storytelling

There’s something about stories that captivate us. Storytelling is what makes us human, and it’s a powerful force in shaping our knowledge, beliefs, and motivations. […]

Can colleges compete with companies like Coursera? [Seltzer]

Can colleges compete with companies like Coursera? — from highereddive.com by Rick Seltzer Arthur Levine discusses how trends like personalized education are unfolding, what’s driving […]

Reflections on “Why everybody’s hiring but nobody’s getting hired” [Molla & Stewart]

Why everybody’s hiring but nobody’s getting hired — from vox.com by Rani Molla and Emily Stewart; with thanks to Ryan Craig for this resource America’s […]

8 Step Software Evaluation Process: How to Pick Your Next Learning Software

Whether it’s project management, accounting and billing, or learning, software is integral to the productivity of any worker and the success of any workplace. While […]

Surviving Among the Giants [Carlson]

Surviving Among the Giants — from chronicle.com by Scott Carlson As growth has become higher ed’s mantra, some colleges seek to stay small. Excerpts: The […]

Essential Skills For Career Development

Starting investing in the essential skills for career development If you want to advance in your career and have some exciting career development goals to […]

Complexity in Learning Design

I recently mentioned that one of the problems with research is that things are more interconnected than we think. This is particularly true with cognitive […]

Reading Research?

I was honored to have a colleague laud my Myths book (she was kind enough to also promote the newer learning science book), but it […]

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