Seven Lessons I’ve Learned about Podcasting

Question EyeHaving just released my 50th podcast, I’m experiencing a mix of pride, mild disappointment and a dash of hope.  It’s a terrific accomplishment, but like a lot of training initiatives, I can’t really pin down an actual return on investment. I know there are a whole slew of intangible outcomes and benefits, but if this where a business, that wouldn’t fly.  When I started TBF nearly three years ago I had a bunch of stuff written on paper mostly wild ideas and hopes. Not dissimilar like plans you make to start a business together when drinking with a buddy.

This year I decided to treat TBF like an experiment where I was an unknowing participant.  My approach for the rest of 2015 will be some (more) trial and error, but Continue reading

TBF050 – Clark Quinn’s Revolutionize L and D

Ladies and gentlemen! Episode Fifty! C’mon….act a little impressed, would ya?

I’m happy to say that this is the review I’ve been wanting to do of Clark Quinn’s Revolutionize Learning and Development.

Quinn is a sharp cat.  He spends a chunk at the start of the book looking at the industry shortfalls and then goes into some big thinking on how company structure needs to change. This feels like the kind of book that you read at various stations of your career to pull different pieces out of it.

I’m just doing my part to help in the revolution.  Now it’s on you.  VIVA!

Thanks for listening!