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How to Revolutionise Workplace Learning

Learning is learning, which happens in roughly the same way for all of us, though in different contexts and in various venues across our lives. The sooner workplace educators break from their boxes and their lingo, and in many cases help the organisations that employ them unlearn what they’ve so caustically coached them on...

erroneously for years, the sooner they’ll be seen as true partners in reaching new heights.

How to Revolutionise Workplace Learning

Companies Ruin Work. Adam Explains Why.

Think you know how (and why) work works? Unlikely, you'll understand, when you take a quick closeup of the myths that plague modern employment and how to set them right for good.

Companies Ruin Work. Adam Explains Why.

Tomorrow’s Too Late by Jay Cross

Note from Marcia: More than a decade ago, I was editor of an online magazine focused on the promise of learning in the new economy. We addressed learning as the lifeblood of society, a natural process living things did nonstop, bearing little resemblance to modern practices in school or training. Jay Cross wrote several wonderful articles...

for the publication. With the exception of a reference to VCRs, and Jay’s hallmark cottage-industry sketches, the piece seems as timely to me today as it did back in 2001. Jay passed away recently and I realized it was time to share here my favorite article, reminding every one of us tomorrow’s too late.   “You cannot escape the... [read more]

Tomorrow’s Too Late by Jay Cross

More or Less

Day after day, year after year, I’ve strived to always do more. In school when I was assigned a paper on an “ism” I wrote it on “Moreism.” My first book was titled, Learn More Now. I’ve not aspired for more goods, rather more experiences. As to why, I have more theories than time....

My life was complicated by running forward without recognizing I’d tangled my path. When starting something new I rarely asked myself, “What will I take off of my schedule?” I’d never aggregated my actions: looking at all I was doing, observing my patterns, let alone considering my bounds. Then something changed. No single event gets credit,... [read more]

More or Less

The Rise of Social Everything

People have worked together, learned together, and made buying decisions together for centuries. What makes social a hot topic today is that light mobile tools and vast digital networks extend our access and conversations with all our connections—in our workplaces, our communities, and online.

The Rise of Social Everything

Make a Ruckus Today and Everyday

February 24, 2015 would have been Steve Jobs’ 60th birthday. As Seth Godin points out, “Jobs’ contribution wasn’t invention. Technology breakthroughs didn’t come out of his basement the way they did from Land or Tesla. Instead, his contribution was to have a point of view.” In the spirit of Steve Jobs, let's name today...

Make a Ruckus Day, celebrating the man who once said, “I want to put a ding in the universe” and consistently encouraged all of us to make a difference that matters.

Make a Ruckus Today and Everyday

All I ever hear is Marcia Marcia Marcia

The 2015 Super Bowl features Marcia Brady (played by actor Danny Trejo) that made me snicker a bunch.

All I ever hear is Marcia Marcia Marcia

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