Category Archives: Learning

The Reality of Learning

The pace of change in Organisational approaches to learning is being far outstripped by evolutions in the reality of learning itself. In the Social Age, technology allows us to access knowledge, and make sense of it, ever faster, and more … Continue reading

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Fire and Fury

I have to say that when the two Falcon Heavy boosters touched down, in perfect synchrony, after shooting their record breaking payload into orbit, i felt pretty emotional. It wasn’t just the wild applause, or the bursts of Bowie’s ‘Space … Continue reading

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On Learning

‘Learning’ is probably a more visceral, and less refined experience than we care to believe is true: a lurching series of beliefs, rationalised in retrospect, validated in our preconceptions and bias. Very little learning happens in isolation of context: either … Continue reading

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Learning 2017

I’m speaking at two large learning conferences this week, each with a unique focus, but both exploring aspects of what learning really means in 2017, and, probably more importantly, what we do about it. Some of this is old news: … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on ’The Trust Sketchbook’

I started colouring ‘The Trust Sketchbook’ today: it’s a guided journey through the ’Landscape of Trust’, and will become a 28 page book that can be used by individuals or teams to explore how trust flows, and what it really … Continue reading

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The Trust Conference 2018

I’m curating the first ‘Trust Conference’, which will take place in London on 6th February 2018. It will be my first chance to share the full body of 2017 research into the Landscape of Trust. I will be sharing the … Continue reading

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The Psychology of Mixed Realities. #WorkingOutLoud [Part 2]

Yesterday i shared the first part of a new piece of work, looking at the psychology of mixed realities: how do virtual and augmented learning spaces differ from those that we are used to, both from a design perspective, and … Continue reading

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