Why don’t you have a Curator on your team yet?

01/02/2016 JD Dillon

Raise your hand if you’re still complaining about … Losing organizational knowledge when veteran employees leave Having to reteach the same information repeatedly because employees don’t have a chance to use it very often Being unable to transform tacit knowledge

5 reasons I choose to work out loud (#WOL)

07/19/2015 JD Dillon

OK – the image above is a little dramatic, but that’s basically the posture I take at work. Share … Share constantly … and SHARE LOUD! I’m not going to argue the merits of or outline a full strategy for working out loud

L&D and Our Coyote Complex

06/07/2015 JD Dillon

I introduced the L&D/Coyote comparison as part of my Transforming Users into Contributors session on user-generated content at DevLearn 2014. Thanks to Sarah Gilbert for the accidental inspiration during her DevLearn morning buzz session. I’ve used the comparison several times since to

My #ATD2015 session in 10 bullet points

05/19/2015 JD Dillon

I always enjoy Karl Kapp’s quote (reiterated in his panel earlier today) “Bullets don’t kill people. Bulleted lists kill people.” Needless to say, I don’t like using bulleted lists in visual presentations. When I do show a text list, I