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
10L: A few simple questions about how leading professionals see their work. About Ross: Ross is Head of Learning Experience at Emerald Works, leading the team who create custom learning content for our clients. He also hosts The Good Practice Podcast. So, what do you do dear? Describe your work to an elderly relative. I used … Continue reading 10L: Ross Garner
For a variety of reasons the theme of product management is on my mind these days. A range of conversations and threads of work have drawn me to it and held me there. In my experience product management is poorly understood in the learning world. There is a strong tendency to equate products with systems. … Continue reading Good digital products are not (only) due to technology
10L: A few simple questions about how leading professionals see their work. About Guy: Guy Wallace is a Performance Analyst and Instructional Architect and has been designing and developing Instruction/ Training/ Learning and Performance Support content for Enterprise Learning and business-critical target audiences since 1979. In 2010 he was the recipient of ISPI’s Highest Award, approved … Continue reading 10L: Guy Wallace
10L: A few simple questions about how leading professionals see their work. About David: David has been a People Development professional for more than 20 years, most notably as Director of Talent, Learning & OD for The Walt Disney Company across Europe, the Middle East & Africa. As well as being the Chief Learning Strategist … Continue reading 10L: David James
Ben Thompson is smarter than I. This is made clear to me with almost every post he writes. The good thing is that the ideas he shares tend to jump my thinking forwards. In this piece, about the development of Social Media 2.0, a chord struck in my head about why L&D is stuck in … Continue reading Time to move beyond digital learning 1.0 and the virtual classroom?
In February of 2011, News Corp launched, with some fanfare, The Daily. You are forgiven for missing this. It had a brief trajectory before coming to earth with something of a dull thud. It was an iPad inspired news app. Rupert Murdoch was greatly enthused by the arrival of the iPad and the possibilities it … Continue reading Pivoting to digital might not solve the problem
This is a thinking out loud piece from my experience of the last few weeks. Like most, I have found that it is hard to know what to think yet some thoughts have emerged and lingered long enough to give some form of voice to. So, this is not a white paper or serious position. … Continue reading What comes next? Possible signals of future value
Note: I am adding some quick thoughts here on learning ecosystems before my memory loses them. I will return to some of these ideas for fiurther posts. Perhaps the most important factor in the idea of “the learning ecosystem” is that you can’t buy one. (Equally, you can’t be sold one). This might just save … Continue reading Ecosystems: the new black but much more than a buzzword.