I try, try, try and fail. Only then will I learn and improve the way to do things.
I go, go, go and trip. I stand up, brush off my knees, look back at what I tripped over so I know what to look out for in the future. Now I don’t have to trip over those things again.
I run faster and faster and faster, then miss my turn and have to go back and try again. But now I know what signs to look for to keep me moving in right direction.
I go alone, alone, alone until I find someone on the same path and we decide to run together. I share all my falls, trips and missed turns so they can benefit from my effort. They tell me about all their falls, trips and missed opportunities so I can learn from their experiences.
Then together, we…
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Embracing the New World of Learning and the New World of Work
By Ramesh Ramani, Founder and CEO, Expertus
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
–Leonardo da Vinci
500 years have passed since da Vinci, one of the world’s greatest visionaries, blended art and science in radical new ways. Yet even now, the rush toward sophisticated simplicity continues.
Case in point: today’s enterprise learning platform providers. In a spate of recent announcements, we hear that numerous vendors are revolutionizing their user experience.
This transformational wave is just beginning to unfold. What it means for learning organizations remains to be seen. However, I can’t help wondering: How can any platform vendor achieve true transformation by building upon legacy thinking and engineering? It’s a question that deserves closer attention.
Consumerization: The Next Big Thing
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