“Learning How to Learn” is online education provider Coursera’s most popular course of all time. Here are some top tips from the course.
Unpicking the concept of a “learning organisation”: what can a modern organisation best do to facilitate the learning of its members and continuously transform itself?
Here are 6 things that encompass effective learning solution design for the modern workplace.
Our #creativehuddle on 17th November asked participants how often they get the chance to practice something work-related.
We spend an increasing amount of our time online. Whether sat at a desk, on the train, or in bed, the Internet enables us to learn anytime, anywhere (as long as we have signal). But identifying the ‘best’ way to learn something online is difficult. How do we make sure our time is well spent and our learning most effective?
We believe that creative thinking is not purely a God-given gift; it is a skill, which can therefore be taught. Granted, some of us may be more naturally able to call on our creative talents than others, but we can all add to our creative abilities in order to reach our creative potential. Let’s look at the evidence.
Stefan Lindegaard looks at who in an organisation should be trained in innovation. He recommends training a wide range of levels and functions, but most important are the executives, those at the top.
Not much is known about Apple’s internal training programme, founded in 2008 and devised by Joel Podolny, previously dean of Yale’s Business School…
With the launch of a series of learning campuses at several adidas corporate offices across the globe, adidas stands to stoke future innovations and cause others to emulate its approach.
If you’re in any way interested in learning, creativity and innovation, this video of a talk by John Seely Brown will blow your socks off.
The output of education shouldn’t be a person who’s passed all the tests, it should be should be a person who knows what he or she wants to be and, more importantly, how to make that happen.
We’re delighted to have Aran Rees join our blogging team – we hope you enjoy his fortnightly musings on creativity, innovation and whatever else happens to pop into his head at any given time.