If only we would have the power to look into a crystal ball and see the future. With regards to learning, I think that crystal ball would glow with brightness.
Two years ago a client asked me to build a talent development program that was strongly interwoven with talent management. One of their requirements was to adhere to the 70/20/10 mindset.
Jane Hart, thé worldwide social learning thought leader, introduced the catchphrase “the future of learning is social” a couple of years ago. When I had the privilege to meet her personally in 2011, I responded “ the future of learning is performing”.
It’s a dreary and cold Tuesday a couple of months ago. I’m early, too early as it pans out. All lights at my client’s office are still out and the doors are locked.
Ask any talented person what gave their careers a boost and they’ll never answer “a training or workshop”. Trust me, I’ve been asking this question since 2006.
Jane Hart, dé wereldwijd bekende ‘social learning thought leader’, bedacht een aantal jaar geleden de pakkende zin “de toekomst van leren is sociaal”. Toen ik het geluk had haar in 2011 te mogen ontmoeten, antwoordde ik “de toekomst van leren is presteren”.