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Tomorrow’s Too Late by Jay Cross

Marcia Conner

With the exception of a reference to VCRs, and Jay’s hallmark cottage-industry sketches, the piece seems as timely to me today as it did back in 2001. We assume we know the logical connection between present and future without even thinking about it.

Tomorrow’s Too Late by Jay Cross

Marcia Conner

With the exception of a reference to VCRs, and Jay’s hallmark cottage-industry sketches, the piece seems as timely to me today as it did back in 2001. We assume we know the logical connection between present and future without even thinking about it.

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Tomorrow’s Too Late by Jay Cross

Marcia Conner

With the exception of a reference to VCRs, and Jay’s hallmark cottage-industry sketches, the piece seems as timely to me today as it did back in 2001. We assume we know the logical connection between present and future without even thinking about it.

Tomorrow’s Too Late by Jay Cross

Marcia Conner

With the exception of a reference to VCRs, and Jay’s hallmark cottage-industry sketches, the piece seems as timely to me today as it did back in 2001. We assume we know the logical connection between present and future without even thinking about it.

The 70:20:10 Model – Today, Tomorrow & Beyond

Learnnovators

He also knows ‘what works’ in the world of strategic talent. It comprises stimulating discussions with industry experts and product evangelists on emerging trends in the learning landscape. Learnnovators: How do you look at the radical shifts happening in learning paradigms (such as social learning, flipped classroom, Bring-Your-Own-Device [BYOD], etc.) fuelled by the enormous possibilities thrown open by emerging technologies? How do you compare both?