The Ideal PKM Week

By Nick on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 in Uncategorized. No Comments

Last week #PKMChat was on the ideal week for practicing #PKM. This post to collects the best contributions. For each tweet, you can click on the date to see the conversation around it. You can use those are actionable items to enhance your own practice. Use transition times for exploration, seeking interesting news. some activities […]

Digging into Micro-Learning

By Bruno Winck on Saturday, January 28th, 2017 in Microlearning, Uncategorized. 2 Comments

Earlier this month, I felt I didn’t have enough perspective on Micro-Learning to deepen my analysis of the Learning Postcards project. Learning Postcards let Experts, Tech Leads, and Coaches deliver their Knowledge in a convenient snackable learning experience. As such it qualifies as a Micro-learning Experience. I did some research to collect some insights on […]

Designing a micro-learning about Webpack

By Bruno Winck on Saturday, January 28th, 2017 in Microlearning, Uncategorized. No Comments

I wish to introduce my colleagues in less than 30 minutes to the use of “Webpack” a new tool in our toolchain. The documentation is poor, the tool fits in several places so it’s complicated to cover it all. Many posts exist but they are loooong and confusing. Option 1: Give detailed step by step […]

How to gather early feedback from customers

By Bruno Winck on Friday, July 22nd, 2016 in Uncategorized. 1 Comment

A lot of progress have been made recently to be better at building products fits for users needs and desires. I use a combination of techniques based on courses I followed, experiments I did and observations from others I did recently. I wish to use this page as a collection of ideas. This is a […]

A PKM Clean start

By Bruno Winck on Monday, July 11th, 2016 in Uncategorized. 4 Comments

It took me a while to realize that I don’t have a PKM framework and an associated strategy. Wait! Bruno, you, the bright mastermind of Kneaver, the killing PKM app you don’t have a well-crafted, super exciting framework to offer? So it means you just pretended? No, this was an aha moment I had while […]

5 ideas for L&D

By Bruno Winck on Tuesday, June 7th, 2016 in Uncategorized. 5 Comments

Let’s start as usual to remind you that I’m not an L&D practitioner. Yet I have been several times in a role also very important: the top manager of small companies specialized in software innovation. I always favored turning our organization into a learning organization. To build a learning muscle right inside it. I also […]

Ideas for Personal Learning in Organisations

By Bruno Winck on Tuesday, June 7th, 2016 in Uncategorized. 3 Comments

I read this morning a post from Helen Blunden which inspired me a few suggestions for L&D. Helen ends her post on “we now know that learning is personal so how do you design experiences that allow people to learn in this manner?” When I reached this line I though for myself, what would I […]

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