Tag Archives: Questions

A Time of Answers?

We are relocating from a space of certainty, to a place of doubt: our domain based Organisations, with the systems of education that feed them, and the markets that sustain them, all evolving. This is not a time for answers, … Continue reading

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Questions To Ask About Trust

As i gear up for the launch of The Trust Sketchbook next week, today i’m sharing a whole section from the accompanying ‘Trust Guidebook’, which provides detailed questions we can ask, as we work through the Sketchbook. Part 2: The … Continue reading

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Words About Learning: Quest(ions)

I spent the evening in a small town American bar, chatting to different customers, asking questions. Learning. I learnt about Puerto Rica, about the end of the Spanish colony, about American territories, unemployment and opportunity. I learnt by talking, by … Continue reading

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Who Ya Gonna Call?

The chances are, it’s not Ghostbusters. Where do we turn when we have a question? Into our communities. Questions i’ve seen in the last few weeks include: Alex, who took a photo of a mushroom, shared it on Facebook to … Continue reading

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9 questions to see if your organisational view of learning is broad enough

Organisations often plan learning carefully around needs, provide formal interventions and then look at how well the learning is applied. But that’s not the only model: sometimes i’m curious, i reach out into my community and resource sites, i learn … Continue reading

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