Below is what I have spotted from learning on my own and with interesting people. I also include few thougths to trigger your curiosity and reflection.


Photo shot by Rotana Ty during a flight in Europe.

On Learning Continuously

“And, after all, we now live in a global world. So, learning more and broadening your approach will likely help you find more creative solutions, build a stronger business and possibly even find more fulfillment in your work and your

“You’ve got to marinate your head, in that time and culture. You’ve got to become them.” (Speaking about researching, and reading, and immersing yourself in History)” — David McCullough (John Adams)

Since I was born, I live in …

“Insightful learning-by-doing project ‘On Building 21st Century Skills’ by @rotanarotana #futureskills #curiosity #sociallearning #leadership #sensemaking #AI” — Paul Simbeck-Hampson @simbeckhampson, Social Business Catalyst at SH Consultancy

“Terrific post.” —  Tim Kastelle @timkastelle, Associate Professor of innovation management

Learnability Quotient

“Can you measure learnability? 

The Manpower Group has developed a web-based visual assessment to individual each individual’s Learnability Quotient (LQ). Results are expressed via three dimensions: 

  • Adventurous – the intrinsic desire to explore 
  • Intellectual – the motivation

From the book ‘Modern Workplace Learning in 2018‘ written by Jane Hart, that I am currently reading:

“In Part 1, it was shown that the work of the Learning & Development function is no longer just about

“I don’t think learning is defined by a building or a certificate. It’s defined by a posture, a mindset & actions taken.” — Seth Godin

This a point of view that I share as well:

For contributing to collective intelligence, …

“You can use Twitter as a way to move from weak ties to strong ties, to get to know people better. Twitter is perfect to establish weak ties (by following them), you can start to engage by interacting (such as

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Photo credits: Tiffany Zau

“My 6-word memoir: I don’t know… let’s find out” #staycurious #gamefulmind”  — @valarywithawhy

When was the last time you said to yourself or to someone those three words: I don’t know?

For me, it is …

“Every day is a school day. Business leaders and their teams must be willing to learn something new every day. Engaged teams should always be looking for new, relevant knowledge and information, and make the time to do so.” —