If you’re looking for a creative approach to education, then Lumiar is it. The underlying foundation of our pedagogical methodology is to promote learner autonomy and the holistic development of the child through the exploration of their passions, interests, and strengths—in a stimulating, democratic, and creative learning environment. How amazing is that? Lumiar is an … More Lumiar: creative education in action
I always find it fascinating when you go back to the source of an idea. So often, we read what other people have said about an author, an idea, or a text, but don’t have the opportunity (or time) to go back to the original. I’m just reading John Dewey’s short treatise Experience and Education, … More Quality of experience is everything
This post was written in conjunction with Carl Lyon of the QoE Slavery was a terrible thing, but for thousands of years it remained a convenient way to get work done. Mass slavery persisted until enough people decided that dominance through fear was no longer an ethical means of organising people. The widespread abolition of … More How is the network era affecting large organisations?
This post was written in conjunction with Carl Lyon of the QoE. A customer’s journey is often made up of both intended and unintended outcomes, but customer experience is ‘the real outcome’. Or to put it another way, what actually happened rather than what should have happened. But as complexity increases in large organisations, it … More Complexity as an engine of innovation