Tag Archives: Value

Valued or Exploited? #WorkingOutLoud on Types of Trust

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been exploring trust, looking at ways that we can quantify this highly subjective experience with the view to creating a baseline of what trust means to different people in different types of organisations … Continue reading

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Reflections on DevLearn Day 3: Game Dynamics and Trust

I presented my session on Game Dynamics this morning: really an exploration of the underlying ways that games work and how it relates to some of the wider work around learning in the Social Age. The framework i’m using to … Continue reading

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Words about learning: superlatives

It’s bigger, better, faster and more effective than ever before. Dynamic and engaging. Change is constant, but this new thing is the best ever. Superlatives are your best friend. But superlatives are without meaning unless backed up by real value. … Continue reading

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