The common definition of learning, at least as it's used at work, is insufficient.
Because *looks at everything* at work is constantly changing, learning is a constant act of figuring out what is happening and what to do about it, and then doing it. Learning at work is the same thing as ... working.
The "cycle" is constant: understand, plan, do; but it's hardly that linear and rarely that methodical.
We benefit when we expand our definition of learning and synchronize that definition with what we're doing when we're ... merely doing the work ... because it's learning, too.
Ideas and inspiration on The Now of Work to fuel your thinking, learning, and creating. Get inspired.
Being organized is the foundation of a creative practice and creativity. Here are a series of guides to help you get organized at work. Get organized.
Talented people have worked on similar problems to the problems we're now solving. Thankfully for us they've shared what they've learned. So let's learn from them.
Your current role can be viewed as a platform to get better at the work you do and how you do the work. Your professional development is a you activity. Make it work for you.
Why we work the way we work is important to understand ... so we can create something better. Here's what's happening.