We’re asking people to do things differently in the way they learn. The move away from dozens of courses and a calendar of instructional content is a challenge for some people, as are some of the ways of learning that we’re suggesting to people. I was in a #chat2lrn conversation the other week about what… Read More How do I blog?
We face budget issues. We’re expected to be innovative. We work in changing environments. We have to deliver to and for the business. We are tasked with creating simple solutions to complex problems. We translate strategies into actions. On 12th September I’m speaking at Learning Live in London about how to innovate your learning offer.… Read More In the real world
Seth Godin wrote a cracker of a post today. If you don’t want to click the link, it’s in its entirety below: All good ideas are terrible Until people realize they are obvious. If you’re not willing to live through the terrible stage, you’ll never get to the obvious part. It’s especially timely as I… Read More But that’s simple…
I like Faith No More. They’re a great band and their version of the Commodores classic is a masterclass in how to create a cover version. It’s close enough to the original to sound familiar but different enough to distinguish itself. My excuse for shoehorning my favourite band into yet another post is purely because… Read More Easy like Sunday morning
I was never much good at painting when I was younger. I can always describe the idea of what I wanted to create but couldn’t make the pen, pencil, brush, charcoal etc do what I wanted it to do. In my minds eye at least, it was the next Mona Lisa. In reality it was… Read More Learning by numbers