An Informal Learning Hack
Entering your home bathroom, you leave everyday reality behind. (See Body Ritual among the Nacirema.) Escaping into this private and supremely personal setting seals you off from the outside world, much as meditation clears the head of noise and static.
You’re free from jangling Continue reading Thoughts from the throne
CLO magazine, June 2005 – Jay Cross
CLOs face so many decisions, weigh so many priorities and have to keep up with so many new things every day that they can use all the help they can get. The New Yorker once published a cartoon titled “Useful Things.” Pictured were a paperclip, a nail file, a Swiss Continue reading Useful Things
The Press Release:
______ Embargoed For Release: May 23, 2005
DONALD TRUMP ESTABLISHES TRUMP UNIVERSITY; FOCUS IS LIFELONG LEARNING FOR BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS AND ENTREPRENEURS
TOP SCHOLARS FROM NORTHWESTERN, COLUMBIA, DARTMOUTH JOIN TRUMP UNIVERSITY
May 23, 2005, New York, N.Y. – Real Continue reading The Donald U
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This is yet another attempt to hold on to the more timeless entries in a medium that scrolls month-old stuff off the page. Drop me a note if this sort of thing works for you.
Stephen Downes’s mp3 of our panel session on the future of learning at CSTD in New Brunswick two weeks ago.
Unterhaltsam und informativ! Von der Eingangsfrage der Moderatorin: “Stephen, what is the future of LMS’?” (Seine Antwort: “Limited”) bis zum Statement von, ich Continue reading Recording of the CSTD Panel on the Future of Learning
Booz Allen and Aspen Institute report on a massive research project designed to understand how companies are dealing with the challenges of managing values:
Training Directors Forum 2005
Wild Horse Pass Resort
a $40 cab ride from the Phoenix Airport
When the mercury rises into the triple digits, I mimic an alligator, moving so slowly you’d hardly notice. That lethargic feeling pervaded this conference (which I had found peppy last year.) Regardless, I prefer Continue reading Training Directors Forum 2005