Andy Jones, Learning Consultant
In the learning world ‘innovation’ is often misconstrued as something that involves lots of money, lots of time and a fair amount of fluffy thinking. And the crunch point: too often it’s not something organisations really want, although they certainly need it. We pay lip service to it but when the pressure is on we revert to a default position of 'let's just get something out'.
Andy Jones passionately believes that innovation in learning is important and vital, not as a set of whacky brainstorms, with no coherent outcomes, but rather as an intentional series of choices, questions and a loose, but well defined process.
Join Andy as he draws on real experience, the GB Olympic cycling team and Malcolm Gladwell to explore:
Andy is an independent consultant, focusing on learning strategy, vision and innovation. He spent 10 years in a large corporate environment and has experienced life in Learning as a trainer, designer, developer, consultant and manager. His experience ranges across the financial, IT, retail, pharmaceutical, legal, power generation and local and national government sectors. He’s an occasional techie and a bit of a geek who sometimes has big thoughts.
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