Podcast 149 - The Good Practice Podcast goes to the movies!

Join us as we take a trip to the movies! This week the Podcast asks how you can learn instructional design from 'Inception', why 'Mary Poppins' holds the key to employee motivation and how 'Zootopia' helps us reflect on our prejudices.

Written by Ross Dickie
Published 10 June 2019
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Podcast 149 - The Good Practice Podcast goes to the movies!
What can L&D professionals learn from the likes of Mary Poppins, Jaws and Inception? This week on the podcast, Ross Dickie is taking Owen Ferguson, Ross Garner, Gemma Towersey and Stewart Hardie on a trip to the movies.

In this episode you'll find out about:

  • How you can learn instructional design from 'Inception'
  • Why 'Mary Poppins' holds the key to employee motivation
  • How 'Zootopia' helps us reflect on our prejudices.

Show notes


The 'Superchickens' TED Talk that Ross referenced was by Margaret Hefferman.

The Forbes article Owen mentioned is 'Understanding Fake Agile'.

The book Stewart referenced, 'How Many Socks Make a Pair?'is by Rob Eastaway.

Robert Macfarlane's latest book is called 'Underland: A Deep Time Journey'.
 

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About the author

Ross Dickie

Ross Dickie

Online Instructional Designer
Ross has been working in L&D since 2015 and is a key member of the instructional design team at Emerald Works. Most of his time is dedicated to writing articles, scoping infographics and contributing to video projects.

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