about modern workplace learning this week. Everyone has been talking about hybrid working this week. Everyone has been talking about value for money this week. Everyone has been talking about budgets this week. But they haven’t. These are conversations I’ve heard and those elements have been repeated a few times in different places. They’re not… Read More Everyone has been talking
I was on a Tube train last week and opened my phone to the message NO CONNECTION. The Tube is a great place to avoid connection – If you don’t turn your WiFi on, you can remain unobtainable until you are back above ground. We lost a lot of this opportunity to disconnect during lockdown… Read More Happenstance of disconnection
I saw an article from the Harvard Business Review last week trying to frame the argument around what the optimal workplace would look like. Do we ask what the optimal learnplace might be? And wouldn’t the answer be ‘it depends’?
At the start of the summer I mentioned how asynchronous design had to be taken more seriously in the way we thought about modern learning. I seemed to have lost my way* in completing the list of topics – the last post on this was in June – so I will look at the next… Read More Asynchronous creative practice
The next part of asynchronous design I mentioned previously was about questions. Questions are simple to fix aren’t they? Craft a FAQ document and away you go. This is where we get much learning design so very wrong. The worst examples of poor design mean we have FAQ documents that: Go on for dozens of… Read More Asynchronous questions