Stakeholders: Who Really Has a Slice of the Pie?

Recently I was asked to record a mini series for Learning Now TV on engaging conversations, due to be broadcast shortly. In the first episode I discussed the importance of stakeholder analysis and mapping. It’s all too commonplace that when we consider stakeholders that we presume their authority and slice of the pie is alignedContinue reading “Stakeholders: Who Really Has a Slice of the Pie?”

Does Learning Culture Exist… Within You?

In 1974 ErnÅ‘ Rubik invented a combination puzzle to teach his students about solving complex three dimensional problems. An internal pivot mechanism allows each face to rotate independently, either to mix up the colours or solve the puzzle. The cube quickly became the subject of algorithms, each one trying to solve the puzzle faster thanContinue reading “Does Learning Culture Exist… Within You?”