Come and join me on my professional and doctoral journey as a Learning & Development Consultant, lecturer, and researcher, whereby I look to uncover new pedagogic and business practices that will help future proof our talent.
Photo by Cezary Kukowka on Unsplash “Pirates didn’t just break the rules; they rewrote them. They didn't just reject society, they reinvented it. Pirates didn’t just challenge the status-quo, they changed everyf*ckingthing” (Sam Conniff Allende, 2018). This quote from the author of the 2018 best-selling book ‘Be More Pirate’ embedded in an email invitation to his workshop stole …
Continuing on my exploration of key future-proofing skills I turn to Critical Thinking, thinking about how we think.
Recently I designed an assessment in the format of an internal communications vlog, which created an expected ratio of trepidation and intrigue.
With the help of Delaney, possibly the first business donkley vlogger?–what assumptions should we challenge in ourselves, in others?… what skills sets should we hone/fine-tune to continue to evolve alongside the machines?
Quantitative Research can be abstract-centric, blurring out the specifics, trading off deeper meanings and interpretations to quantify phenomena, with relevant variables being missed entirely.
The “reproducibility” crisis suggests a growing number of research studies published across disciplines are unreliable due to the declining quality and integrity of research and publication practices.
Using pictures to understand data goes back centuries, but today’s new easy access, web-based techniques allows for non-specialists to create visually compelling analytics.