- Does your organization support a specific learning strategy? Do you hold true to a personal one?
- Learning Strategy like any strategy can be a big undertaking and it’s formation can look quite different depending on the size of the effort. Today there is debate about the flexibility or even the necessity of strategy in the face of rapidly changing ideas, work forces and technology.
- This week we look closer at how organizational and personal strategy develop, who should be involved, and when is it’s time to make a change.
- — Bianca Woods (@eGeeking)Fri, Jan 12 2018 19:06:36A1 I could see people using both words interchangeably, but for me the difference is about the why. A plan is more about the actions that need to take place. A strategy includes that AND the why about why we're doing it. #guildchat
- — Craig Sybert (@Craig_Sybert)Fri, Jan 12 2018 19:06:42Q1. Strategy is how you want to approach a problem, plan is the rigid guideline you set around the actions that will solve that problem. #GuildChat
- — Anthony Altieri (@aa_altieri)Fri, Jan 12 2018 19:11:27
- — urbie #EdCamp (@urbie)Fri, Jan 12 2018 19:06:47#guildchat A1 I think there’s a difference. A leader declares her intent, a strategy to pursue. Minions plan & execute to make it happen
- — urbie #EdCamp (@urbie)Fri, Jan 12 2018 19:09:21#GuildChat 1b background resource on leader’s intent as strategy.. http://hrringleader.com/2010/06/25/leadership-intent-the-most-important-thing-to-understand/ …
- — Anthony Altieri (@aa_altieri)Fri, Jan 12 2018 19:08:49A1) A plan is how you approach solving a specific problem/project. A strategy is how you position yourself, your company, etc... to deal with need, product, and projects over all. #guildchat https://twitter.com/eLearningGuild/status/951892697761054721 …
- — Joseph Suarez (@Joseph_Suarez)Fri, Jan 12 2018 19:12:04A1) I've found this distinction very helpful: Vision > Strategy > Tactics https://www.thebalance.com/vision-strategy-and-tactics-2275051 … #Guildchat
- — Craig Sybert (@Craig_Sybert)Fri, Jan 12 2018 19:11:36A2. Strategy to me feel like scientific method. You got a good idea going in, but it is just that....an idea. The gremlins start to come out and throw it all off. #GuildChat
- — Anthony Altieri (@aa_altieri)Fri, Jan 12 2018 19:12:11A2) 'Cause it's HAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRD!!!!!!! #guildchat https://twitter.com/eLearningGuild/status/951894174210691072 …
- — Anthony Altieri (@aa_altieri)Fri, Jan 12 2018 19:13:42A2.2) It's far easier to just do whatever, than to stick to a long-term strategy/plan/goal/target/whatever. #guildchat
- — ᴍᴀʀᴋ ʙʀɪᴛᴢ (@britz)Fri, Jan 12 2018 19:13:00A2. Breakdown can happen when stakeholders get antsy about progress, find new opportunities that challenge what was agreed to. Hmm. Strategy can fail like projects do #guildchat
- — Bianca Woods (@eGeeking)Fri, Jan 12 2018 19:13:20A2 If the strategy was just figured out at a superficial level in a rush to get things moving, then when you get to the execution stage it tends to fall apart because variables were missed in making it. #GuildChat
#GuildChat for 01/12/18: Strategy in Learning
A collection of this week's tweets from #GuildChat