I’ve had the title for this post bouncing around in my mind for quite some time now, but two recent, (previously) unconnected sources of inspiration prompted me to write more about it. The first was my reflections on an event we’ve launched as part of our evolving strategy at my company, Tagoras. The Leading Learning […]
I had the pleasure of discussing lifelong learning and the market for lifelong learning with Seth Kahan as part of his Visionary Talk video series. We talked about how and why the market for lifelong learning has changed and what organizations need to be doing to ensure they thrive in the new learning landscape. You […]
I posted this a few places back in the spring – it’s from the Tagoras Leading Learning Spring Summit – but it occurred to me recently that it really should be posted here as as well. A brief overview of why trade and professional associations can and should dominate the market for lifelong learning. (Many, […]
The learning landscape continues to evolve in very interesting ways. I’ve noticed lately, for example, that artificial intelligence (AI) seems to finally be getting significant traction. Enough so that numerous notable figures like Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates, and Elon Musk have expressed concern concerns about how it might run amok.
Why do you do what you do? Why would anyone believe you can do a great job at it? Why should anyone care? Why would anyone pay you for it? Quick: 1. Can you answer all of the above in a brief but memorable way? If you can use a story and/or images all the better. ____ […]
As educational content becomes a more and more of a commodity, it’s more important than ever to remember that access does not equal learning. Hordes of people have accessed MOOCs. Few of them finish. And even fewer of them engage with the courses in a way that results in lasting learning. As enticing as it […]