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The way we learn new skills is changing


Kudos on the visual by Roberto Ferraro


Not towards more certifications but longitudinal learning over time


And I love it!


So do my clients → Why?

1. Traditional 2-day certifications introduce theory 


↳ But don't allow enough time for practice 


2. Spaced repetition - [Think Duolingo]


↳ Like more reps in a gym - Practice aids remembering your learnings


3. Our needs change [Just like all plans!]


↳ A flexible syllabus lets learners re-prioritise what they learn next


4. Additional feedback loops with your trainer


↳ Enables practice AND reflection - Catching errors earlier


5. Reduced cognitive overload 


↳ Making it less like cramming for an exam


To be clear - I've got nothing against 2-day certifications or those that deliver them.


I just believe that developing:


- Competence


- Confidence


- Capability


- And Mastery


Is best achieved over time


Want some resources for the learning part?

I've got you:

1. 26 Agile Podcasts - Listen & learn for free - https://lnkd.in/eUP_jafZ


2. 10 YouTube channels for visual learners - https://lnkd.in/eYkYZVGm


3. 26 creators who teach me daily -https://lnkd.in/enyq7PYf


4. 21 books to help create change that lasts - https://lnkd.in/eXBE5a2n


5. The Facilitators bookshelf - 22 books to flex your skills - https://lnkd.in/esQu825u


6. 25 books for Scrum Masters - https://lnkd.in/eW6HCT4D


7. Global Agile conferences database - https://lnkd.in/eH2Xatpu


8. Agile meetup database - https://lnkd.in/empeFQEB


The practice part? That's down to you


 









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