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Have we reached the tipping point with the use of technology and learning?
Which industry will move faster - healthcare or learning?
What would happen if some forms of learning were mandated for certain populations?
What examples of mandatory learning could you imagine - as a citizen? employee? consumer?
Is it possible that those with high needs have the most to gain - and the fewest options and the least room for error? Perhaps those with less complex needs have more options and more room for error?
What challenges do you have to this line of thinking?
Where might we see the biggest gains from accountability for learning outcomes?
Would frequent incremental changes be more acceptable than widespread disruptive change?
What makes sense from learning theory?
How do we assure the sustainability of the use of effective business practices?
What are the sources for professional development available to an employee?
Are they aligned? What are risks and benefits of alignment? Are the risks and benefits of the employee and employer aligned? If not - might there be good reasons to avoid this alignment?
What obstacles might exist to allow employees to define the terms and conditions of their projects? What benefits might be realized? Why do we allow this for external providers?
What factors have the highest correlation to successful performance?
How can we assure adaptation of performance based on these factors/
What is the purpose of our design efforts? Education, Learning, Performing?
What determines our design budgets, metrics, and evaluation process?
What gaps have we identified and remedied?
Has our "love affair" with data reached the point of no return?
When does data not matter?
When is data beyond deeper understanding?
How do you want data to be considered when it "disagrees" with what you believe is right for you?