Learning Technologies, of course, is normally a big, physical, conference and exhibition and I had hoped to attend this year (amazingly I don’t think I have been since 2016 – where did that time go?). However, with travel and event restrictions there has been the inevitable move to a “digital experience” this year. The free… Continue reading Some reflections on week one of the #LTDX21 event (with a bit on the latest The Learning Hack podcast)
I’m a bit slow on this but been catching up today with last week’s Microsoft Viva announcements. It seems I partly missed this as the posts, that I saw at least, had instead picked up more on Microsoft making a bold prediction that Black Mirror-esque creepiness is going to be mainstream employee experience in the… Continue reading Viva la viva
I am presumably very late on to this problem but I was just checking links on my LinkedIn profile and realised both of my public badge account links were broken. My Credly link was relatively easily fixed, by going in to my account I could get a new link to show my profile with 1… Continue reading So my Open Badges are gone then?
As we hit the grim milestone of the first anniversary of the first confirmed Covid fatality the news remains full of stories about global lockdowns. These stories are currently very focused on online learning, not least in my media channels as the latest UK measures have seen schools close (again). During this year’s restrictions, I… Continue reading Heading into 2021’s world of online working/learning (plus UEFA’s “Academy Online” as an example online resource)
Having returned to an office environment for the first time in a while I have realised that a number of things I used to be quite dismissive of actually matter quite a lot, this might be my “reality” rather than a wider set of rules but here goes: Fresh air – it makes a huge… Continue reading The often ignored realities of talent management (#7): It is the little things that count (in the office)