Tag Archives: Data

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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Learning Science: Life Through a Lens – the Galileo story

As i draw to the end of the writing on the Learning Science Guidebook, i’m working on the summary and conclusions, starting with this story: it’s about how we may need to create our own tools, and share them generously. … Continue reading

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Learning Science: The Problem With Data, And How You Can Measure Anything

Today i am #WorkingOutLoud, sharing a section of the writing on Learning Science from the Modern Learning Capability Programme. These three pieces discuss qualitative and quantitative data, and how you can measure anything. This is early stage work, shared out … Continue reading

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Prototyping the First Trust Tool

I’m very excited (although, admittedly, easily excitable) that i’m ready to prototype the very first version of the trust diagnostic. This will be a tool built out of the Landscape of Trust research. I shared recently what i had in … Continue reading

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The Landscape of Trust Research Project: Take Part Now!

I’m pleased to let you know that the Landscape of Trust research project is now live! This is designed to be the largest research project in the world this year exploring the nature of trust: how it exists between people, … Continue reading

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Change Curve: The Dynamic Change Process [Part 4] – Adaptation

I’m coming towards the end of my broad exploration of Change in the Social Age. I started out by looking at the manifestations we see of change: ‘Resistant‘, where it’s squashed, ‘Constrained‘, where it’s lethargic and limited, and ‘Dynamic‘, which … Continue reading

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