Two weeks ago I had the good fortune to be invited on #eLearnChat, a live-streaming talk show (and podcast) about the eLearning industry hosted by Terrence Wing (@terrencewing) and Rick Zanotti (@rickzanotti). Every week, they interview someone from the industry, and they’ve had a bunch of highlights in the fifteen shows until I intruded in […]
Sometimes to please people, you have to make them aware of the pain their own lack of investment causes.
Dennis gets me to offer up my needling qualms with IeL09 (mainly Will Wright shoulda spoke all day and I shouldn’t ever follow Will Wright with a presentation of my own). Dennis then switches gears and gets me to go deeper into what I was presenting on.
Dennis strikes a chord that gets me going deep with the question, “What am I going to do now because of this conference experience?”
This segment, Dennis gets me talking about three new things I learned at the conference. Two of them seem pretty mundane, but are telling about the context of relationships, moving from Twitter to meatspace. Another learning is the realization that there are learning organizations that are kicking serious butt, like the DAU.