e-learning for social programs and community initiatives
There are a lot of causes or issues in the world and we often see...Read More
Recently, I’ve been working on a project that involves tech entrepreneurs who use a lot of lean thinking in their approach to developing their products and businesses. I have found the process interesting as a small business owner (although I’m not sure I’d qualify as an entrepreneur, I do feel I’ve got a strong entrepreneurial streak), but also parallel applications to designing and developing learning solutions.
The other thing that struck me, is how important it is to stretch outside of your industry to seek connections and find new perspectives. I was surprised at the similarities and wondered if the entrepreneur/start-up world could learn anything from the “learning field”.