I’ve mentioned learning principles a few times in my posts before. They are – to me – the underlying bedrock of what you do and necessary before you start to build any kind of strategy or operational response. I saw a post by Sukh Pabial the other day where he asked, what is learning? This… Read More First principle
I saw an image of some dominoes the other day in a presentation about performance. Standing on their ends, as if to be toppled, the first one was labelled culture. It got me thinking. Firstly, is culture the thing to challenge first? It might be something in the way of other dominoes falling later in… Read More Dominoes
Reading what’s going on in learning, it’s easy to be dragged into the how of what we do. More focus on the why would help sometimes.
Modularity Theory (also known as the Theory of Interdependence and Modularity) is a framework for explaining how different parts of a product’s architecture relate to one another and consequently affect metrics of production and adoption. Christensen Institute Pretty much every learning product, activity and intervention is interdependent; it only works as a part of a… Read More Interdependence and modularity
The other day I was chatting with someone who doesn’t work in learning and realised I rarely explain in enough detail. I make assumptions people have a basic knowledge about what I’m talking about and they have started to work out what I mean already. Knowing the why matters but sometimes people need to know… Read More Explain this