It’s true. A few days ago I went from being a mere mortal to someone who has leaped from the heights of a towering platform and flown through the air with the greatest of ease. There was even a back flip involved. Really.
Associations Now interviewed me recently about association e-learning and what sorts of expectations organizations should have when undertaking an e-learning initiative. The resulting article came out in this month’s edition and is now online at E-learning Expectations. Many of my comments in the article draw upon findings from the Association E-learning: State of the Sector […]
I wrote a post over on Mission to Learn this week about four models for learning outside of the traditional degree path. It occurred to me afterward that there is an organizational corollary to this post. Namely, organizations might better engage, serve, and generate more business with their stakeholders by actively supporting these learning models. […]
“Learning” is at the heart of my particular hedgehog concept here at Hedgehog & Fox as well as in my general approach to consulting with organizations. When I say “learning,” I don’t (necessarily) mean “education,” and these days, I hardly ever mean “formal classroom-based education.” I mean the act of acquiring new knowledge in any […]
Several years ago while attending the annual conference of the Peter F. Drucker Foundation (now the Leader to Leader Institute), I had the good fortune to hear psychologist Robert Cialdini speak about the psychology of influence. As someone focused on the use of online learning technologies by mission-driven organizations, I have felt ever since that […]