Instructional Design

Learning Solutions as Minimum Viable Products (MVP)

Minimum viable products (MVP) are popular for many things, including software products and applications, start-up companies or concepts, etc. MVP are typically defined as products with the highest rate of return on investment with low risk. An MVP approach is usually preferred when you want to get something to the market quickly to test it… Continue reading Learning Solutions as Minimum Viable Products (MVP)

Leadership · Project Management

My Lesson from 2013: To keep things in perspective.

In business, it is far too easy to lose sight of the big picture in terms of the varying degrees of importance and urgency.  And, to top it off, it seems we are reluctant to take our much-deserved vacation time for many reasons (perception being a prime reason).  For some reason we are compelled to… Continue reading My Lesson from 2013: To keep things in perspective.

Leadership · Project Management

Collaboration vs. Cowardice

There have been many articles discussing the importance of collaboration in leadership, and usually these articles discuss the benefits of a collaborative leader.  While I can agree that collaboration is a desired skill in many industries and at most levels I am inclined to discuss with you: The difference between collaboration and cowardice and How… Continue reading Collaboration vs. Cowardice