Monthly Archives: May 2011

The New Learning Architect Part 4

Purple Learning interviews Clive Shepherd

Here’s the 4th and final instalments of my interview with Clive Shepherd. Our final visit discovers Clive’s thoughts behind his choices for the 10 real learning architect profiles and some parting advice for all of us.

Here are links to all previous posts:

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

Many thanks again to Clive for his time and to First Light studio in Brighton. It was a fascinating and rewarding experience and I hope you’ve enjoyed the results. I’m looking forward to sharing with you some of what I learned.

The full version of the interview will be available early next week.

The New Learning Architect Part 3

Purple Learning interviews Clive Shepherd

If you’ve enjoyed the previous two instalments of my interview, here comes the third. Here we explore how the 70/20/10 model matches across to Clive’s model, thoughts for those sceptical about the role informal learning plays in an individual’s development and advice for those wishing to measure informal learning.

Here’s the links for the other clips

Part 1
Part 2
Part 4

The New Learning Architect Part 2

Purple Learning interviews Clive Shepherd

Here’s the second part of my interview with Clive. This clip covers:

Thoughts on recent research into the human brain and how it’s being taken on board by L&D
More behind the 4 contexts for learning
Thoughts behind taking a top down and bottom up view on these
Hopes on how the model may be used

Click the links below to view the other interview clips.

Part 1
Part 3
Part 4