I spend time earlier this month to learn and set up a new stack for this app. I also refined the definition of it by digging into Micro-learnings and brainstorming on the concept. We did a #PKMChat on Microlearning to collect some feedback and opinions. Now it’s time for creating. I attended a webinar on […]
A quick definition of microlearning and why it’s interesting for productive people.
Earlier this month, I felt I didn’t have enough perspective on Micro-Learning to deepen my analysis of the Learning Postcards project. Learning Postcards let Experts, Tech Leads, and Coaches deliver their Knowledge in a convenient snackable learning experience. As such it qualifies as a Micro-learning Experience. I did some research to collect some insights on […]
I wish to introduce my colleagues in less than 30 minutes to the use of “Webpack” a new tool in our toolchain. The documentation is poor, the tool fits in several places so it’s complicated to cover it all. Many posts exist but they are loooong and confusing. Option 1: Give detailed step by step […]
The more I live in the Knowledge Management business, the more I realize that there is no common understanding of what is Knowledge. The more I try to define it, the more I realize it’s about connections and actions. Knowledge is alive, it must go on. Level 1: Facts Lists Many people confuse knowing and […]
I read this morning a post from Helen Blunden which inspired me a few suggestions for L&D. Helen ends her post on “we now know that learning is personal so how do you design experiences that allow people to learn in this manner?” When I reached this line I though for myself, what would I […]
The survey I started in March already brought some learnings I propose to share with you, here, in an informal way. It’s also to introduce a new serie of posts “How we Learn”. This serie will come out every Monday as part of my 30 days writing challenge. It will be weekly with a monthly […]
I wrote this post after reading Helen’s post and taking a long detour by Casey Niestat’s videos on his Wildly Functional Studio. I admit: I smiled a lot. Instead of using all the real estate on Helen’s blog, I’ll try to take another habit of responding on my blog. In a word, I’m somewhere halfway […]