Content pipeline

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Have a read of this from Guillermo Del Toro:

“There are two pieces of language that entered our lexicon around five, six years ago that are horrible: ‘content’ and ‘pipeline,’ which are to describe oil, water or sewage. Whatever it is, they don’t describe art and cinema, because they talk about an impermanence, something that we just flush through, and has to keep moving. 

Guillermo del Toro

He’s referencing art and film making here but could the same be said for learning and development.

Are you just pushing content? Are you describing things that need to be flushed through, in an order, to just prove you’re keeping things moving?

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