Ultimate Personalisation

A few weeks ago, I read a blog post by Andrew Jacobs called Turn and Face the Strain. It was about the lack of ability of L&D to be innovative and provided some reasons that hold us back from doing things differently – from being disruptive. It’s definitely worth a read.

After I read the post, I shared a link to it on twitter:

To which Andrew replied:

I commented that for me it was my confidence but in reality it’s also for the reasons he mentioned in his post. It can be hard to change and try something different.

I thought about this and replied:

By this I mean L&D solutions within my organisation. To which he responded:

It got me thinking, what would Ultimate Personalisation look like? Here’s a list of what I came up with, in no particular order:

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