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  1. There is so much available to us via the web, on our smart phones, when we want it nowadays. In fact with a few keystrokes on your search engine of choice, you can become an “expert” in a nanosecond. The choice of title for this article is symptomatic of the “bright and shiny, new, new thing.” Is this a serious claim that you can condense three-days of classroom into 30 seconds on a smartphone? No, I get it that this is for dramatic effect, but that is part of the problem as the digital arena stakes it’s claim (and market share).

    I’d love to hear about great examples in the leadership development arena that blend the best of classroom and digital.

    Any to share?

  2. There is so much available to us via the web, on our smart phones, when we want it nowadays. In fact with a few keystrokes on your search engine of choice, you can become an “expert” in a nanosecond. The choice of title for this article is symptomatic of the “bright and shiny, new, new thing.” Is this a serious claim that you can condense three-days of classroom into 30 seconds on a smartphone? No, I get it that this is for dramatic effect, but that is part of the problem as the digital arena stakes it’s claim (and market share).

    I’d love to hear about great examples in the leadership development arena that blend the best of classroom and digital.

    Any to share?


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