Resources I Use

In this blog post, I ask myself: what do your modern professional learner and designer’s toolkit, resources, activities and communities look like? From time to time, I find it worthwhile to update and turn it into …

I wrote a while ago, curating our network and growing with people while learning and making sense together matter. Beyond networks, perhaps this also matters:

“Content and communities are shaping how people find & connect w/ each other.” — @GautamGhosh

“Leadership is changing as networked models become more prominent. Great overview of some key emerging attributes: curiosity, courage, and empowering others. And yes, you can FEEL the difference immediately. It’s remarkable. Great overview from @rotanarotana” — @rhappe 

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During an …

“Outside of work (your) people are learning in connected ways.” — @MichelleOckers Yes, we do: https://rotanaty.com/2015/10/26/in-an-age-of-collective-learning — @rotanarotana

On Collective Digital Art Experiences

Do we see the emergence of collective digital art experiences? I wonder as I have been immersed …

We live in an age of collective learning and connection. It can be easy to get to know each other. It is the same for collaborating and cooperating on meaningful and impactful projects.

It takes insights and instigators. Serendipity and …

“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 in the biography of John Adams

Since I was born, I …

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

 

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

“If you are looking for an example of #LOL (Learning Out Loud) and what it’d look like, look no further than this stupendous read by @rotanarotana So much to learn in that piece alone! #WOL” — Luis Suarez @elsua

The Neo-Generalist — Why & What

After I read the book, The Neo-Generalist, by Kenneth Mikkelsen and Richard Martin, thoughts, feelings, and stories shared resonate as I shift in a world of constant change.

A generalist has specialities

“Keep moving forward. One step at a time.” — Unknown 

Learnability is about always be learning. Continuous learning and experimenting. On our own. In teams. Networks. Communities. Society.

“With increased remote work, rise of gig-based economies, digital transformation and automation,