Content and continuous learning: The cornerstones of a learning architecture

Melanie Moffett, The Nose, Aug 10, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I sort of wonder about this observation: "What separates powerful learning and development organizations from the middling crowd? A May 2014 report... identifies what high-impact learning organizations (HILO's) are. In short, they actively make use of their technology, modalities and learning architecture in support of L&D objectives." I doubt that this is what distinguishes them. Perhaps what distinguishes them is that they do it successfully. But from my observation, they're all using the technology, and all pursuing L&D objectives.  The superficiality of analysis is choking the discipline!

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