Tag Archives: Learning Transformation

Learning 2020 – Glossary [Pt 2]

Yesterday i shared the first part of a glossary of learning related ideas, to run alongside the recent Learning Transformation Maps that i have been drawing. These are ideas that are central to a Learning Organisation. In the first part … Continue reading

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Learning Transformation Map – Things to Leave Behind

Over the last couple of weeks i have shared a few pieces around Learning in 2020, with a focus on things that Organisations need to do more or, be experimenting with, or learning how to do. I thought that i … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on the Learning Map 2020

This map is a sketch of some of the key areas i’m thinking about in terms of Learning Transformation across 2020: it’s only partly sketched so far, but i thought i would share a brief narrative around some of the … Continue reading

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Social, Virtual and Remote Aspects of Learning Design and Delivery

I’ve been rather overwhelmed by conversations about how Organisations can rapidly and effectively take existing face to face programmes and repurpose them to be remote, or to design effective distance learning from scratch. Whilst i don’t want to add noise … Continue reading

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Big Data and Artificial Intelligence: a #WorkingOutLoud post

I’m starting work this week on a new body of work covering two large topics in Learning Transformation: Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. My specific focus in this work will be threefold: firstly, to present a coherent and comprehensive state … Continue reading

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The Social Learning Guidebook: A Free Resource

You can download my new Guidebook on Social Learning here. It’s intended to form a concise, practical, guide for practitioners who are trying to transform learning, through more social and collaborative approaches. It builds upon work i’ve shared previously, both … Continue reading

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