Out-of-the-box learning experiences on a range of topics from management, feedback, presentation skills, storytelling, and product ethics.
We're a community of creatives dedicated to creating a structured, supportive learning experience for new creative leaders.
We spend most of our lives learning about the past, so why not learn from the future? Thousands of participants predicted the events of 2021 & competed with their friends for bragging rights.
At the very core of all learning is the individual, with their aspirations, lifelong set of experiences, and gaps in their knowledge and skills. Learning on an individual level is all about identifying their needs and building on existing knowledge while providing as many opportunities as possible for real world application.
Think of some incredible achivements in history. Whether it's the creation of the iPhone, Liverpool's 4-0 comeback against Barcelona, or landing on the moon; all of these things were made possible by incredible teams. When you bring together a diverse group of skilled and passionate people, you're guaranteed to either see magic, or a complete disaster. The difference between the two is learning. Learning how to collaborate, to communicate, to create.
Organizations are made up of an ever-changing cast of individuals and collectives, but their culture, processes, and mission remain for years. How do these evolve? How do organizations improve? We spend so much time and energy talking about innovation, disruption, moving fast and breaking things, when all of it comes down to one thing: learning. Simply put, no organization can move forward if it's not willing to actively learn about itself, how it works, and how it can work better.
Andre Plaut is the founder of human machine, a learning design studio. He has spent over 10 years at the intersection of technology, design, and education, developing and scaling learning experiences, products, and teams for organizations like Apple, Obama for America, General Assembly, Huge Inc, BARK, Indeed, and many others.
You can follow him on Twitter @andreplaut