Category Archives: Learning
Great idea from Jan Schultink in his blog, IdeaTransplant – Send me an executive summary. Although his post is focused on the world of investors, we as learning professionals should develop a pitch mindset. Jan’s alternative to the executive summary, … Continue reading
Interesting story in the Sunday NYT on Google’s journey to improve managers. Being Google, a tremendous effort was undertaken in analysis leading to – the Eight Google Rules. Nothing earth shaking here as paraphrased: Be a good coach Empower your … Continue reading
Net Gen Skeptic: Another Dutch Study Fails to Find the Net Generation. Another study doesn’t find a generational aptitude for digital technology from Mark Bullen. I do fear that we keep going down this path to move K-12 education online … Continue reading
Listened to Martin VanDerSchouw, author of Flavor of the Month, last night at PMI Atlanta meeting. Four key topics were discussed – strategy, performance metrics, process and service above status. With strategy, VanDerSchouw harped on avoiding shiny objects (presuming that … Continue reading
On a recent #astdchapters leader chat, I went off on my usual rant about panel discussions. I don’t like panel presentations. Many professional associations over rely on this programming approach; it’s lazy. Most panels are haphazard collections of too many … Continue reading
Good judgment comes from bad experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. Every failure brings lessons.