10L: A few simple questions about how leading professionals see their work. About Nigel: Nigel Paine is a change-focused leader with a worldwide reputation and a unique grasp of media, learning and development in the public, private and academic sectors. He has extensive experience in leadership and consultancy with public service broadcasters, SMEs, global industry players, … Continue reading 10L: Nigel Paine
Continuing the series of posts about product management in learning and getting a little more personal. The discussion and description of principles and approaches to product management for learning has caused some reflection on my part – when, where and how these have worked well for me and my colleagues and what bloopers and blunders … Continue reading A short personal story of product management for learning
10L: A few simple questions about how leading professionals see their work. About Ross: I’m a fellow human, in my 9-5 life I’ve spent the past 14 years in the very exciting world of people development. Currently leading L&D for a tech company, and outside of that I provide commentary on navigating this crazy thing called … Continue reading 10L: Ross Stevenson
Before we start, a quick note on nomenclature, if I may. Product manager for learning and products for learning rather than learning products is a minor but useful clarification in the way we talk about this subject. Linguistic pedantry can be exhausting I realise, but I think we need to avoid the notion that we … Continue reading What does a good product manager for learning do?
10L: A few simple questions about how leading professionals see their work. About Martin I worked for a business to business publisher for 17 years. That’s where I cut my teeth in journalism – everything from writing, editing, picture editing, managing teams, shifting to digital, community building, in-house learning, user experience, product development . . . … Continue reading 10L: Martin Couzins
For the persistent few, this is another post on the theme of product management in the learning world. (Previous posts can be found here, on our preoccupation with technology and here, on our preoccupation with platforms and programmes). I would like to shift the focus a little from the need for product management thinking in … Continue reading What might a product manager for learning be?
10L: A few simple questions about how leading professionals see their work. About Mark: I focus on helping people work together better by increasing engagement and accelerating knowledge sharing. I began my career in education and moved deep into the digital learning space over the past 20 years. I regularly blog and speak on the topics … Continue reading 10L: Mark Britz
A habit formed over the last year of describing my freelance career as being four years old. In conversation last week, a correction was needed, it is now five years old. I am five years older. Blimey. This anniversary is a traditional moment of self-indulgence and reflection. In the spirit of that tradition I offer … Continue reading Some things learned in five years of freelancing
10L: A few simple questions about how leading professionals see their work. About Mark: I started my career as a teacher – in both secondary and primary schools – and then moved into the private sector, spending the past 20 years designing and leading on technology solutions for organisations and projects where training was part of … Continue reading 10L: Mark Berthelemy
10L: A few simple questions about how leading professionals see their work. About Cheryl: Cheryl Clemons is CEO of StoryTagger, the guided video storytelling platform transforming how people discover and share their most valuable workplace experiences. So, what do you do dear? Describe your work to an elderly relative. Well, of course, that’s a secret. Better … Continue reading 10L: Cheryl Clemons