We all have our expressions. One of mine is goofball. It’s not too rude (mind you I’m careful about who I call a goofball), and kind of silly, and reminds me of this guy. Sometimes I use it with affection, sometimes with friendly sarcasm and sometimes when faced with adversity. I even refer to myself… Continue reading Can a Goofball be Taken Seriously?
Today Jay Cross posted his elevator speech on what he does in his post Enterprise learning: Most of the businesses and governments live in the last century. They cling to industrial-age beliefs that the world is predictable, management has the answers, and workers are under their control. In the real world, no one has the… Continue reading Building the Argument for Changes in Enterprise Learning