Building more effective learning and adaptive organisations

We are six months into the pandemic.  This was a great time for Nigel Paine and I to gather over thirty learning professionals for a conversation to reflect on their recent wins and upcoming opportunities.  The tone was resoundingly positive while being grounded in the reality of the current situation.…

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Organisational Learning in The Great Unfreeze

One of the things I love about learning professionals is they are driven to be of service.  This was evident in the way they supported others through the early disorientation of physical distancing.  Learning teams across the globe rose to the fierce urgency of now and helped others to adapt…

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Take Action on Learning Culture

“Building a learning culture – yeah, right! It’s okay for the likes of Microsoft who’ve got heaps of money and a leader who gets it.  Or a funky start-up where everyone’s job is to try new things and get it wrong while they hang out in beanbags." "Try being in…

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Learning at the Pace of Disruption

The concept of the learning organisation is making a resurgence.  This time round you’ll hear the term ‘learning culture.’  Perhaps you’ve noticed it popping up in leadership publications and events.  It may feel like a fad.  If you’ve been around long enough you’ve seen it before.  It had a flash…

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Where the Learning Team Sits in an Organisation Does Matter

Image source: http://jarche.com/2011/05/fix-the-workplace/ Today was Learning Uncut podcast recording day.  Our guest was Shawna Murray from Coal Services. We discussed the work she's done over the past two years to introduce human-centred design (HCD) as a way of working in her organisation.  Note that we were not talking about using…

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What I Learned in February 2019

The three I’ve picked for February's ‘What I Learned’ video: Artificial Intelligence and the future of the learning profession Skill gap across the learning profession Workshops - less is better Watch the video to hear what I learned and/or read the summary below. 1. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Future…

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What I Learned In November 2018

November was an extraordinarily busy month for me, with abundant learning opportunities in the course of my work.  The three I've picked for this month's 'What I Learned' video are: How I Learn - spoiler alert - mostly through my work, collaboration and conversation with others.  Here is a link…

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Is Your Business Missing Momentum?

“If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.” (1) - Jack Welch As a business leader you are aware of the undeniable shifts in the environment your organisation is operating and competing in.  The fourth industrial revolution is gathering…

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The Training Trap

There is a hidden trap people fall into at your organisation.   Few are aware of the trap. It is so ingrained, most are blind to its existence. We’re ignorant of the part we play in sustaining it, and unaware of the damage it causes. I call it ‘the training…

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Motivation to Learn in Flatter Organisations

Motivaton to Learn in Flatter Organisations

During a discussion with the Procurement Director of a large corporate last week she was exploring the impact of flatter organisational structures on career development and learning for her team.  The elimination of layers in the organisational hierarchy has reduced her ability to offer her team members promotion through a…

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Are you prepared for Future Ready Learning?

I can help you to achieve your aspirations to transform learning in your organisation in a range of very practical ways. I can help accelerate your learningtransformation regardless of the sector and scale of your organisation, the size of your learning team, or where you are on your modern learning journey. Contact me for a discussion.