Tag Archives: Contract

A six stage methodology for learning. Part 2 – Context

Yesterday i introduced my six stage Learning Methodology: today, i want to look at the first part in more detail. Context. Context is about the contract between learner and organisation: it’s where we ask people to invest their time and … Continue reading

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Learning and working in the #SocialAge. Starting the journey

I’ve started writing today on my new book: it’s an exploration of the changing nature of learning and working in the Social Age. I’ve been working with my communities on Twitter and LinkedIn to develop the structure and now am … Continue reading

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Employee or partner? A new contract in a social networked world

The fundamental bond of trust between employer and employee is broken: people no longer expect a career for life. Generally, they are happy to still have a job next year. It used to be that your employer owned the structure … Continue reading

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