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MR Digital & Learning

Helping organisations navigate the digital learning landscape

Myles Runham is a valuable partner for organisations trying to make the most of the digital learning world.

Myles Runham is a valuable partner for organisations trying to make the most of the digital learning world.

Myles has has over twenty five years experience in developing and managing digital services, fifteen of those in learning.

MR Digital & Learning Solutions

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Digital Learning Strategy

Set your digital learning strategy with the confidence of over 20 years experience in digital transformation.

Align your technology needs, user insight and business requirements in one clear view of your priorities and plans.

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Learning Technology

The learning technology market is constantly and rapidly changing.

Get an independent and expert view of your current tools and ecosystem along with an objective view of the market to meet your unique needs.

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Digital Learning Health Check

An independent, expert view of your organisation’s digital learning delivery and capabilities.

From learning design, through product management, data analytics to how you organise your team, this is a short and focused review of your current situation and priorities.

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Developing Digital Learning Capability

Effective learning services require more than technology and content.

A proven programme of capability development will help set you and your team up for success in key capability areas such as: experience design, problem definition, instruction and implementation and campaign management.

“Myles offers great strategic thinking on professional development and organisational learning, forged from many years working in Digital, across a variety of industries.

He’s part futurologist, part practitioner – providing brilliantly pragmatic output with a keen sense of the art of the possible.”

Connect

If you would like to find out more, have a project in mind or would like to explore ideas and opportunities, please use this email address: myles@mylesrunham.com or book in for a free 30 minute discussion on the Calendly.

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ChatGPT makes me feel predictable and ordinary. Maybe that’s the point?

My fingers hesitate over the keyboard in drafting this. Does the world need another lukewarm take on Chat GPT? Obviously not. And yet…here I am…adding to the well of, erm, wisdom. There is something that made me wonder about the uncanny feeling of reading the output of the tool. Particularly about that first moment of watching the machine ‘type’ the response to a prompt. That visceral response is important in framing our emotional response to the idea of AI applications. For many of us, this was the first time we saw AI do something which appears so human. Our anthropomorphic…

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Are task based skills in terminal decline?

So much of our work (my work, anyway) can be described as “what we do in front of a computer”. What happens when we can talk with that computer and ask it to conduct those tasks rather than do them ourselves? What skills do we need to learn then? This is the thrust of the Act-1 AI transformer. The example applications might seem rather modest against the more eye catching ChatGPT and Stable Diffusion examples. They have far-reaching and possibly more immediate implications, however. And they are only in the very early days of development. The business has a clear…

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What (some) brilliant minds say about learning

This post is an extract from my regular newsletter. You can sign up to receive it here. Recent weeks have been busy with getting the Digital Learning Standards Forum up and running. Starting something new is not to be taken lightly. Time is easily consumed as there is nothing to hand upon which to build. It carries the anticipation and excitement of trying to create something afresh, along with the weight of habit and inertia that always surrounds the patterns we create. L&D has many patterns. Some of them are subtle and almost invisible. Studying them with a group of…

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The Digital Learning Standards Forum gets underway

A summary of the first meeting of the Digital Learning Standards Forum. The purpose of the group, emerging priorities and ways of working.

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Tired of Twitter

Twitter has become less useful and interesting. So what next for personal users?

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