Not all social network are healthy. What is the impact of unhealthy social networks?
(This is the first post in a series of six that is a revision of a post I wrote on
I have a confession to make – I’ve lost control of my information sources again. But who can blame me?
I’m fortunate to be in one of those rare “between projects, take inventory, reflect and reorient” periods, that I know
What can we expect of learning professionals?
This morning I had an email from ATD. It took a little bit of courage to click on that message.
In my next to last session at #TLDC18 yesterday, Matt Pierce asked us to shoot a short video based on
Originally posted on Hapgood:
? I talk about 90-second fact-checks and I think people think I’m a bit unhinged sometimes.…
Working hard is the industrial era approach to getting ahead. Learning hard is the knowledge economy equivalent. – Michael Simmons
In a world that is rapidly changing, being a leader requires resilience, agility, and the ability to manage change. But