I like to try and disrupt where I spot an opportunity. Not for its own sake but to find better, cheaper, quicker, kinder, etc. One thing I’ve been keen to do is to find ways to disrupt the way learning and development people get into the profession and start their early years. There is a… Read More Disrupting
I signed up for a webinar about podcasting in February. It was OK but didn’t get much from it that I didn’t already know so left after about halfway. Since then I have had 29 emails from the organiser. It might go a day without an email and then follow up with 3 the next… Read More How to not do marketing
The office of the Prime Minister in the UK tweeted out a QR code the other week with the accompanying phrase, ‘Innovation means growth’. A few thoughts: If you’re designing access to learning products like this, please stop. The message, whatever it is, will now be diluted with the faff people have top go through… Read More Just use a QR code
One of the things I’m asked about is what ‘good’ learning looks like. That’s a tough question – it’s context driven and open to many factors including cost, digital literacy, tech stack, etc. Having the opportunity to both see what people have done, and what works is something we should treasure. If you want to… Read More What does good look like?
I’ve mentioned the power of 10 before now; it’s about reviewing an event 10 days, 10 weeks, or 10 months later to establish what change has happened. We’re 10 days or so after #IWD2023 and just over 12k views of the posts which were graciously submitted by a team of smart women. Some thoughts of… Read More 10 days later