In learning I am often asked what has worked in the past. This is about knowing which legends contain a grain of truth, what success other people have had and how to capitalise and scale these successes. Some people want future success to be built around other people’s missteps. I am also asked about what… Read More Tell me what’s happening now, and next
It seems 53% of apprenticeships were completed in the UK in 2021 and one response seems to be to want to get people back into face to face courses with 200 hours of tuition. I have no doubt that good quality face to face support will help improve apprenticeships but the issues with them run… Read More Apprenti*
I’ve been having a few conversations with different organisations in the last few weeks and the word contracting has come up a few times. What do people mean by it? In some cases, it’s the design of the framework around the work, for others it’s the expectations of the work, for others the delivery timetable.… Read More Contracting
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
At the end of a pretty manic week – conferences, flights, hurricanes, jet lag, etc – there are three specific things this week which need to be amplified. Firstly, look out for a new episode of the Women Talking About Learning podcast next week. Recorded live at the Learning 2022 event in Orlando it really… Read More Is it another blog post about women? Yes, yes it is.