Now Entering the Decade of Learning

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Not sure how I missed this one, but as they say, better late than never. In March Fast Company posted an article outlining the 17 reasons why they believe we are entering the Decade of Learning. The 17 are listed here, but the full description for each of these is available at the Fast Company site.

  1. Top-Line Innovations
  2. Disruptive Technology
  3. Competitive Pressures
  4. Increasing Speed
  5. Beyond Commodity
  6. Virtuous Circle
  7. Emerging Markets
  8. Industry Change
  9. Industry Consolidation
  10. Brain Drain
  11. Failing Grade
  12. Return to Growth
  13. Future Jobs
  14. Knowledge Workers
  15. Leadership Vacuum
  16. Culture Change
  17. Unanticipated Conditions

You owe it to yourself to read this one. Great article from Sam Herring, cofounder of Intrepid Learning Solutions.

What do you think? Are we entering the “Perfect Storm” of learning? Are technology, industry and business needs set to combine to create a golden age of learning organizations?

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Chad Udell is the Managing Partner, strategy and new product development, at Float. There he leads his design and development teams to successful outcomes and award-winning work via a strong background in both disciplines and a singular focus on quality. He has worked with industry-leading Fortune 500 companies and government agencies to design and develop experiences for 20 years. Chad is recognized as an expert in mobile design and development, and he speaks regularly at national and international events and conferences on related topics. Chad is author of Learning Everywhere: How Mobile Content Strategies Are Transforming Training and co-editor and chapter author, with Gary Woodill, of Mastering Mobile Learning: Tips and Techniques for Success. His newest book, Shock of the New, co-authored with Gary Woodill was released in April of 2019.

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2 Responses to Now Entering the Decade of Learning

  1. Sam Herring says:

    Thanks for the post Chad! I look forward to reading comments and reflections from others on the idea of the “Learning Decade”!

  2. […] Now Entering the Decade of Learning – Great link from Chad […]

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