Blog – Learning & Developing

  1. Micro Future Learning

    Micro Future Learning

    Nutshell learning - never heard of it? Let me put it straight: learning in a nutshell is daily knowledge micro dosing. Even though micro learning is not a new concept, everyone surprisingly makes a big deal out of it (including me). Teeny tiny: Read more

    Milda | | Reading time: ± 2 min.
  2. Feature: Questions and Answers

    Feature: Questions and Answers

    Past events When we were making CAPP Agile Learning we wanted it to be the easiest way to create a course or materialise an information bundle. Now CAPP Agile Learning enables teams to share knowledge and allow team members to test each other. I... Read more

    Marcel Horlings Marcel Horlings | | Reading time: ± 1 min.
  3. Social learning during Lunch Break

    Social learning during Lunch Break

    Lunch break: the time of the day when people stop work to have lunch. But if you stopped working, does it mean that you actually stopped generating ideas? Thought so, you haven't! The office and lunch breaks cause even stronger connectedness and heavy... Read more

    Milda | | Reading time: ± 1 min.
  4. Teamwork: is it redefined?

    Teamwork: is it redefined?

    Unity is power, when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can happen. But let’s admit it is becoming rather difficult to enhance teamwork between different generations, because every generation has a different perception of communication... Read more

    Milda | | Reading time: ± 7 min.
  5. Today and Social Learning Theory

    Today and Social Learning Theory

    Up to this day many industries don't understand or misinterpret social learning, even though the theory of social learning was introduced in 1960's. Want to hear something funny? The first iPhone was introduced in 2007, what means that the social learning... Read more

    Milda | | Reading time: ± 3 min.
  6. Materialising Knowledge Transfer

    Materialising Knowledge Transfer

    Daniel: Manufacturers are the canaries in the coalmine of an enormous organizational challenge that will be coming to an industry near you very soon, if it has not already arrived. No, it is not China, 3D printers or trade policies. It is the talent... Read more

    Milda | | Reading time: ± 7 min.
  7. Leadership: make it or break it

    Leadership: make it or break it

    Leadership can make or break your company. Most people quit their manager, not their job. To prevent this, let's talk about how awesome and useful leadership skills can be obtained. Recently I had a chat with Spencer from theTILLERY, and he shared... Read more

    Milda | | Reading time: ± 3 min.
  8. Learning in the Age of Tutorial

    Learning in the Age of Tutorial

    Lately I have been thinking a lot about learning in the age of the tutorial and how it compares to actually learning a craft. When I look around me, it seems like most digital natives excel at the former and have at least some trouble with the latter... Read more

    Hugo Veeger Hugo Veeger | | Reading time: ± 1 min.
  9. Lost and Found: Generation Z

    Lost and Found: Generation Z

    Lost: We can say whatever we want about the importance of being unique, but let’s admit it is always nice to belong. Belonging to some type of people allows us to reflect on ourselves and enables our development. One morning I’ve read an article about... Read more

    Milda | | Reading time: ± 1 min.
  10. Give them Knowledge and Games

    Give them Knowledge and Games

    The definition: Modern Learner — a person who likes learning what he wants and when he wants. Or one who’s learning needs or habits are changed by their distracting environments.  Features: overwhelmed, distracted, impatient. In the need of: personalized... Read more

    Milda | | Reading time: ± 2 min.