The power of design thinking, part 3 of 3: Proven cases and more!

I’ve written a few words about why I think design thinking is different, untrivial, and interesting, just click here! If my word is not yet authoritative for you, despite my long-winded expertise, maybe the podcast below, from world-renown experts with McKinsey...

The power of design thinking, part 2 of 3: Critical claims rebuffed!

I’ve presented to you before the critical view of design thinking, a few articles and videos that generally say it’s trash. The time has come to address some of the accusations and misconceptions that float out there in the sea of the world wide web…...

The power of design thinking, part 1 of 3: What do critics say?

Like with literally everything else, design thinking has supporters as well as adversaries. It’s easy with supporters – the logical ones see the benefits but try to tackle all the hurdlings as well. And I strongly believe that those who oppose have their...

6 Adult Learning Principles by M. Knowles

Andragogy, meaning methods and principles used in adult education, has been around for over 100 years. Firstly coined by a German educator Alexander Kapp in 1833, it was extensively studied and popularized by an American educator Malcolm Knowles in the 1970s, and he...

How to set up an eLearning team (in a nutshell)

Note: This posts is a supporting reading piece/summary of my session titled “Great eLearning team – a force to be reckoned with” that is part of an asynchronous conference organized by Professional Development 4 Instructional Designers. The event is...

Tool: Rose, Thorn, Bud (retrospective)

A simple activity to reflect on performed actions or meetings, that taps into own’s doings/thoughts. This activity is based on one simple idea, that: -> Roses are what we did right, something we are happy about, positive things. -> Thorns are the negative...