Tony O’Driscoll, who works for IBM around learning, technology, and organizations, has finally started his own blog. I’ve subscribed, as I’ve liked his thinking in the past (I use his diagram on in/formal learning). I have to admit I’m hoping his posts will get briefer from a purely pragramatic perspective (hey, it’s not the only one I read in a day!); in keeping with my site title, I try to keep my posts small, but I know others can be more thoughtful. So, check it out!
Tony O'Driscoll says
Thakns Clark. I hear you on shorter posts. It will be a learning process for me. Hope to see you in Atlanta next week?
Atlanta? I’ll be in Orlando at Training 2007. (And then Taiwan for DIGITEL, and Boston for eLearning Guild, and then DC for eLearning Innovations. So far…) There something I’m missing?
Rosie Sherry says
Thanks for the pointer on the formal/informal diagram, simple yet powerful concept.
Reminds me of Ruth Brown’s “time triangles” (http://www.aln.org/publications/jaln/v5n2/v5n2_brown.asp) and blogged on here (http://kruper.org/blog/?p=17)