We work with it, over it, around it. We work against it, upon it, parallel to it. If it makes our work harder, why don’t we just re-design it?
Aristotle said of repetition in learning “it is frequent repetition that produces a natural tendency” So, if I continue to repeat how we need to approach LnD differently, will people […]
Doing everything at 100 miles an hour might be appealing. Stuff gets done. Things move. The environment changes around you. It’s unlikely that pace can be maintained all the time; […]
Seth Godin published this yesterday and it describes one of the problems we have in LnD. It feels like we’ve wanted to create buildings for too long. They’re a certain […]
Being asked to commentate on learning as a function means I’m regularly at odds with the received wisdom of the profession. On the Comedians Comedian podcast recently, Deborah Frances-White said […]