New tech, new approaches, new fads: Our industry is awash with exciting developments, but do we approach them with the curiosity of a magpie or the curiosity of a scientist?
On this week's GoodPractice Podcast, Ross G is joined by Owen and Giorgio to look at curiosity in Learning & Development. We discuss the importance of questions, the love of learning and the fun of failing (quickly!).
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To find out more about Owen's blue crayon, see: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/05/12/first-new-shade-blue-discovered-200-years-turned-crayola-crayon/
You can find out more about Giorgio's 'survivorship bias' at: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-we-dont-see-juan-carlos-soto
And Ross' lesson in basic spelling is available at: https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/197173/why-is-it-spelled-curiosity-instead-of-curiousity
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