Category Archives: Learning

Cultural Graffiti: A 5 Day Experiment – Day 2 – Curation

Throughout this week i am sharing my latest ‘5 Day Experiment’, a structured way to explore a topic within your own Organisation. This one is about ‘Cultural Graffiti’. Feel free to share your results in the comments, on Twitter, or … Continue reading

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A Practical View of Learning Science

I’m working on the final illustrations for the Learning Science Guidebook this week: some are ‘informational’ to portray the content in a clearly sequenced manner, and others are more about aesthetics, to make the book beautiful. The latter of which … Continue reading

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The Use of Games in Learning

Today i am sharing an illustration around the use of games in learning. It’s not intended to be definitive, but rather a snapshot view of four applications of game dynamics and mechanics: Quests, Rehearsal, Problem Solving, and Engagement. Quests are … Continue reading

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The Hyperbole Filter: a #WorkingOutLoud post

I delivered the final part of the Learning Science module today, by introducing the notion of the hyperbole filter, and why we each need to construct one for ourselves. A Hyperbole Filter is a conceptual device, but it’s one of … Continue reading

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Countdown to Apollo

The Apollo book will launch this Thursday at an event in London, then through Amazon around the world: i’m very excited, because setting a book free marks a chapter point, closing off one voyage, and creating the space for the … Continue reading

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Storytelling Experiment: Day 5 – Listening

I’ve been sharing a 5 Day Storytelling Experiment that you can try yourself, and this final piece is about ‘Story Listening’. We are all expert social creatures, who have grown up in dynamic story environments: some stories that reinforce and … Continue reading

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Four Trends in Organisational Learning

I’m working on a large scale L&D transformation piece, and sketched out four areas of focus: ‘Social Learning’, ‘Big Data and Analytics‘, ‘Augmented and Virtual Reality’, and ‘Learning Science’. Social Learning is driven by the broader shifts in learning that … Continue reading

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