With due apologies for a possible click bait title, I worry that the quest for engaging content is becoming a problem. It may have been a problem for some time and I am slow on the uptake. That has happened before. There is a risk here that opposing the creation of engaging experiences is, inevitably, … Continue reading Is the quest for engagement a red herring?
From my unscientific sampling, the realisation that ‘digital change’ is about people seems to have dawned quite widely now. From the proceedings of Learning Live to blog posts and contributions on LinkedIn and Twitter the ‘digital is about people and culture’ theme is gaining momentum. This is a good thing and will, hopefully, dissuade folk … Continue reading Stakeholder fixation syndrome: the elephant in the digital room
In a few weeks time, I will be hosting a panel session at Learning Live on the theme of digital transformation. It is, in various guises, a major theme of the event and a significant preoccupation of the LPI membership. Fortunately, I have a wise and esteemed panel to rely on for answers to “What … Continue reading Don’t leave digital transformation to IT (or learning technology teams)
I am seeking help to lift me from a muddle. Anyone reading this (data suggests that you may be into double figures), I suspect, has wisdom to spare. The theme of “learning culture” has risen in my working world recently. (It has been there all along, of course, but not so often called out with … Continue reading (learning) Culture and technology – muddle or plan?
I stumbled across this quote whilst listening to a podcast a couple of weeks ago. It is a great turn of phrase and has did not quite leave my mind, where I have been turning it over since. “Never do for others what they can do for themselves” Saul Alinsky I had not heard of … Continue reading Think before you make. There is plenty of stuff already…
Editors note: I arrived back at my blog, after a too-long pause in writing, to find this title saved as a draft. I cannot recall what I intended to write before I abandoned the headline. I do like the ring of it though and have had a go below. Let me know if you think … Continue reading Does it matter to L&D that barriers to learning are so low?
It has taken longer than I hoped to get round to this post. This is the third in the series of loosely themed pieces about what it means to ‘be digital’ and some ideas on how to make a start. The first and second pieces are available for the curious/persistent reader. The impetus to write … Continue reading Making a start on digitalness part 3 – organising for digital