Category Archives: Just Jay

50 suggestions for implementing 70-20-10 (4)

50 suggestions for implementing 70-20-10 (Here are Part 1 and Part 2 and Part 3) The 10: improving the outcomes of formal learning  Formal learning includes courses, workshops, seminars, online learning and certification training. Unfortunately, a lot of organizations aren’t using online learning to its full potential, and the results at those organizations reflect that. Learning expert Robert Brinkerhoff […] Continue reading

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Free Jay webinar. Win a great book.

Join me for an hour on the last day of April to explore how to make learning stick. Register. I’ve unearthed some exciting material about how people convert learning to action in the workplace — how to make it stick. You folks know so much about how to increase the productivity of learning. Something old, something new, […] Continue reading

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Happiness deck

Prototype for happiness/well-being card deck. What do you think? My calling is to help a millon people lead happier and more satisfying lives. Mainly business people caught up in the rat race. There’s great hope and cause for celebration. Moore’s Law favors us all. Help me reach a million by the end of the year. […] Continue reading

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Do not take this sitting down!

CLO December 28, 2012 How far does a CLO’s responsibility extend in an enlightened, twenty-first century company? Assume your silo walls are coming down. Pockets of your organization are beginning to resemble W.L. Gore or Google or the agile companies you read about in Fast Company. Self-organizing teams are popping up. R&D is increasingly crowd-sourced. […] Continue reading

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A Solution to the College Crisis

Corporate colleges   Higher education in the United States is broken. Costs are ouf of control. Students are dissatisfied. Graduates can’t get jobs. Says MIT’s Andy McAfee, “What’s going on is halfway between a bubble and a scandal.” I propose we put higher ed back on track by founding Corporate Colleges. Corporate colleges break higher […] Continue reading

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Tripping through Texas Closed on Sunday because God’s service is better than ours. Barbed wire. Cattle, oil, mesquite, prickly pear, Cowboy boots, Stetsons, buzzards, Roadkill, skunk smell, Hummers. Bar-BQ, chichen fried steak, Dairy Queen, Applebee’s, Sonic, Enchiladas, chicken fried chicken. Sheep and prickly pear and jack rabbits, but not to eat. Ranches, hosses, antiques and […] Continue reading

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On Air

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Modularity, BMWs, & MOOCs

Recognize this? It cost me $1,000. When my car was detailed, this part of the steering column was damaged. It doesn’t come any smaller. You can’t buy these individually.     BMW has decreed that you have to buy all these parts, even when some of them are perfectly okay. (My car’s issue was with […] Continue reading

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Moon shots with Canon SX50 HD cam

Click these to see the moon through a 1200 mm lens.

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MOOC Links

Business+MOOCs Hangout on Air February 27, 9:30 am Pacific time. Calendar link. Join the Google+ Learning Community to stay in the loop. Instructions for watching on YouTube will appear at the Learning Community at show time. Clark Quinn will manage our back channel on Twitter. #QMOOC Links Jay’s MOOC bookmarks 195 posts about MOOCs 14 […] Continue reading

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