- Lynn Curry
- Situational Analysis
- Change Management
- Program Design
The value of the ‘badge' of high school or college completion as an indicator of knowledge, skill and attitude (KSA) acquisition has been questioned for some decades. The MOOC phenomeno... [more >]
A "hack" is a workaround, a shortcut, an approximation. Hackers develop alternate methods, some legal, some not, to obtain desired information not otherwise available. The word may be ... [more >]
One of the side benefits of low-road (formative only) testing is that it fits well into internally motivated cycles of personal improvement. High stakes testing raises such emotional hurd... [more >]
Lowering the testing stakes in professional preparation would allow a better balance between education and training. This distinction reflects the difference between professionalism and tec... [more >]
June 15, 2017
3 Things Great Leaders Never Do. 5 Keys to Organizational Change. 7 Days to C-Suite Nirvana. Does anyone really believe this clickbait? This meme of false s...
FITBIT Your Strategy
June 8, 2017
We are going to assume that you do HAVE a strategy that is guiding decisions towards some well-defined goals. You aren't just reacting from one crisis to the next, right? OK then,...
Get the Little Things Right
April 19, 2017
You must be good at the little things to be an effective consultant or change agent. Any good cook knows that. And you have to take the time. Scratch made puff pastry is a wondrous thing, not a...
Align Behavior with Goals
April 4, 2017
The last two posts took up the problems of getting all organizational work aligned to real goals for that organization. The point of this effort, and it does take focused effort, is ...