If you’re commenting on workplace learning, you need to make sure you can differentiate between the before and after times. The before time is pre-pandemic. A time when, although were were living in a VUCA world (shudder), there were still certainties at play in respect of workplaces, working hours, roles, and culture. The time after… Read More Before times
I read and absorb loads. These thoughts then ruminate and get spat out as ways of working and learning. I (very) occasionally get asked to show people the evidence behind the thinking. They don’t want to see the evidence though. What they want to see is that an idea has been tried in the ‘real… Read More Proof
I’ve been a fan of RSS feeds for years and have many many feeds. Some are specific to publications and websites and some are focused on keywords. One of the phrases they search out is ‘digital transformation‘ and on a daily basis I see 50 to 60 stories with titles like: Meeting milestones: top tips… Read More What’s more important than digital transformation?
There’s a fine line between having all the facts and taking too long. This is why we sometimes have to make assumptions . Make sure that you’re not using the wrong assumptions though – anything to do with people shouldn’t be assumed and it’s always worth understanding the facts about others.
Yet again I want to raise the subject of performance and learning. A few weeks ago I wrote about how if you don’t know how you were impacting performance, you should question why you are doing it. I mentioned absence management and rarely is an individual manager’s performance in managing sickness considered as part of… Read More All about the data