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Learning is stuck at the pace of snail mail (old convention) but a learner’s role in the world is responding to situations as they occur (hyperspace).
Harold’s thesis, to me, at its core is one of how to manage the knowledge. He’s throwing it all in the same sink, which is fine at a high level, but when you get down to it there are deeper dives… I posit that the deeper dives are where we find bigger, fundamental challenges.
What if a broader community of geeks, engineers, MBAs and the like were to put together a business book based on lessons learned from Star Wars?
Every week, learning professional around the internet gather online through Twitter for an informal (but planned) discussion that follows the tag #lrnchat. This week, I’m honored to have suggested the topic centered around what’s valuable about E-Learning today that was valuable ten years ago.