Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day

“Why is Learning & Development so slow?” A client was recently asked this question. She and her team of employees and consultants are striving to create training for a massive, division-wide initiative.  She was frustrated, and rightfully so. My joking response was, “Well, put the answers in terms that the group of engineers will understand.Continue reading “Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day”

A Public Restroom: Design Matters!

Ideas come in the strangest places. A reflection on learning design comes from, of all places, the ladies restroom at the public library. How would a visit to the ladies room at the public library translate into reflections on e-learning design, you might ask? Consider this story for a moment. I was on my wayContinue reading “A Public Restroom: Design Matters!”

Pull It Up to the Front

There is an old saying that goes like this; “out of the mouths of babes, oft times come gems,” which essentially means that children have been known to say insightful things. Recently, my Recently, my eight-year-old son and I took advantage of a beautiful day to take the dog for a long walk. During ourContinue reading “Pull It Up to the Front”