Category: Learning

Design Thinking

Experiential Learning:  Pathway to Better Design Thinking Design Thinking is a systematic problem-solving process, originally conceived to emulate how creative artists think and work.  Traditional business training focuses on the pursuit of objective and quantifiable “correct answers” based on rational

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My Journey with the Piano and the Learning Cycle

Mimi Wang, MS-POD and Certified Kolb Experiential Learning Profile Facilitator, shares how Experiential Learning has helped her to make sense of her musical journey, and guide her future development for the piano and life. My Journey with the Piano and

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Leveraging the Power of Teaming

In our recent podcast, Michellana Jester describes her experiences with MIT Sloan’s Global Entrepreneurship Lab where business and graduate student teams provide insights and analysis to startups in emerging and frontier markets. To accomplish this, G-Lab students work together on

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Creativity and Innovation as Learning

In, hybrid workplaces, employee engagement, the great attrition and WFH, leaders and employees have a new shared vocabulary, and new demands.  Not only do people need to become fluent in using these terms, they also need to become skilled in

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New Beginnings and a Fresh Start

September, with its crisp change of seasons, the excitement of the first day of a new school year, and even new notebooks and pencils, is all about new beginnings. For me, the month conjures up the idea of a fresh

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A Conversation with Playmeo’s Mark Collard

Anyone who’s been in a group knows that icebreakers, group games and activities can do a lot to bring group members closer together, create a comfortable atmosphere, and make for light work. But for some, group activities can be awkward

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