I was at the LPI Fellows Symposium this week and there was a deeply interesting panel discussion on L&D trends and future activity. As I’m prone to do, I turned the discussion towards certification and the panel gave some interesting replies. When they got to Martin Couzins from LearnPatch he asked the question above. Martin felt, like… Read More How do we tell the story of our lives and learning?
8 weeks ago today I facilitated a session at Learning Live about the 50 big ideas I wrote about earlier in the year, It was a different session, participative and creative with outputs which, over a 5 week period, I’ve shared on this blog. Each post in the previous 5 weeks listed the ideas… Read More What can you achieve in 40 days?
I’m regularly surprised by the extent of the connections we make. I was talking to someone at a gig my son was playing recently. They knew the band, knew who was who, what they played and other insights, all on the basis of Facebook and Twitter posts. It has become ubiquitous to use social… Read More Take the money or open the box
A few weeks ago I wrote about going on a course that I didn’t think was a valuable use of my time. The post described a course that was put together to make me productive using technology. In the post, and discussion afterwards, I was concerned that we still deliver this type of training because… Read More Of course not?
The track called Slide by the Goo Goo Dolls was one of the first tunes that my son learnt to play on the guitar. He found a set of guitar tabs (pictorial representations of the chords) and taught himself. If someone hadn’t put the tabs online he’d not have learnt it. Now you can watch… Read More Why don’t you slide…