Chief Learning Officer

Various authors, Sept 03, 2002
Commentary by Stephen Downes

After a great deal of publicity (I got an email every time a new editor or contributor was appointed), a new magazine, Chief Learning Officer, launched today. I've listed a couple of articles below. I hope they have market research, because my reading of about a dozen or so articles tells me that their approach is to write simply, keep descriptions basic, and keep items short. Yes, I know this is the standard sort of writing for executives (which may explain why so many of them are uninformed), but I can't believe that a person appointed as a chief learning officer would need such basic information - it's a bad sign for the company if he or she does. My message to CLO: beef it up a bit.
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