Curated Learning: Eating my Own Dog Food

It’s not exactly news for me to share that my team has been spending an increasing amount of time focused on curating learning experiences that help our employees find and access the learning they need to do the work they need to do today, and the work they will need to do tomorrow.  Because we don’t use one specific platform, and because we aren’t the only business unit that our employees either receive or pull learning from, the curation process is still far from a seamless experience. Speaking of platforms and not so seamless experiences, a few months ago I thought I’d give one platform a try for my own personal learning and development.  This platform allowed me to select the topics I wanted to learn about and provided me with daily learning recommendations on these topics and tracked my learning. I’ve always had RSS feeds, and used apps like…

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