Category Archives: Learning

The Trust Sketchbook: Trust in Organisations

I thought it was worth sharing another sketch for the idea that i am playing with around a #WorkingOutLoud book on ‘Trust‘. It’s still a rather idle idea: probably a Zine that you sketch in yourself, somewhere between a notebook … Continue reading

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Captain’s Log: Issue 12 – Culture, Grammar, Trust

I’ve been writing a weekly email distributed newsletter: commentary on my travels and reflections, as well as various contemporarly news stories. I’m sharing occasional copies of the newsletter here on the blog. Captain’s Log: Issue 12 – Culture, Grammar, Trust … Continue reading

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Captain’s Log Issue #10 – Systemic Change

I’ve started writing a weekly Newsletter: it’s an email group, so old style! I will periodically share it here on the blog, as you may like the variety! You can signup here if interested. There is nothing like Disney to … Continue reading

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Reflections On The Learning Architecture

Following on from my last post, just sketching up the eight aspects of Learning Architecture: the aim of this is to create a ‘basket’ of elements, any of which can be bought in by a particular organisation, to give an … Continue reading

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Developing a Learning Architecture. A #WorkingOutLoud Post

I’m working on a holistic view of learning, a framework for any organisation to employ, to bring together various aspects of learning: methodology, design, modality, and support. I’m calling this a Learning Architecture, as it’s a scaffolding for learning design … Continue reading

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Who Would You Follow: a #WorkingOutLoud Post

More progress with the illustrations for ‘Social Leadership – my 1st 100 days‘ today: this illustration is for an early section that asks ‘who would you follow‘ and why? My progress with these is a little slow: I suspect the … Continue reading

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Flow

Just a brief follow up to yesterdays piece: so the presentation went very well. I found the narrative. As ever, i’m reminded that learning is a process of discomfort, disturbance, and making things safe again. Climbing the ladder, one rung … Continue reading

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