I just re-read a post I wrote in June, 2015, reflecting on a challenge posed by educator and author Cathy Davidson. In Why Start with Pedagogy 4 Good Reasons, 4 Good Solutions, Cathy Davidson writes: “If your goal is equality in a world where inequality is structural and violent and pervasive, you can at least … Continue reading Revisiting: A critical pedagogy for organizational learning?
My colleague Ryan Smerek's book - Organizational Learning & Performance - The Science and Practice of Building a Learning Culture (Oxford University Press) - is now available. If you are a learning professional, or a leader who wishes to develop a deeper understanding of the link between learning and performance, read this book. I am biased, … Continue reading Organizational Learning & Performance: The Science and Practice of Building a Learning Culture
Nicole Dessain is a colleague who, among other roles, is founder of DistruptHR Chicago. This past week the organization held its second hackathon event, where a group of 50 people sign up to spend 2.5 hours brainstorming potential ideas to address an organizational challenge. The most recent hackathon focused on how to increase diversity in … Continue reading Practical inquiry, learning and the DisruptHR Chicago Hackathon
One of the things that I love to unpack is the ability to see things through others' eyes. Doing it is really difficult. Trying to teach it, I think, requires a total commitment to opening up the learning space. No one person knows the answer; the answer emerges. Which is why I love this story. … Continue reading ‘I have to let the cat out’
I am still riding along, a bit, listening and trying to wrap my head around the #digciz conversation that began a week ago. Week 2 began with a post co-authored by Katia Hildebrandt and Alec Couros - What kind of (Digital) citizen are you? , followed by a video broadcast and Twitter chat on the … Continue reading What kind of citizen are you?