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Tank Riot is a never dull audio podcast that digs deep into the minds of Viktor, Sputnik, and Tor. Each podcast starts you on a winding audio journey with destinations such as Fritz Haber, Edward Bernays, William Henry Harrison, Woodrow Wilson, Hogan's Heroes, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Stranger Things, CFAA, Spectre, The Martian, Pope Francis's Global Warming Encyclical, Vincent van Gogh, John Carpenter, Nick Drake, Ada Lovelace, Deep State, Blaxploitation Films, Spaghetti Westerns, John Way ...
 
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John talks to Lior (Christine) Locher, a learning consultant, coach, author, and a director of the elearning network. Lior's experience spans journalism, practitioner L&D roles for companies such as McKinsey, Deloitte and the Boston Consulting Group as well as creative work and beer blogging. She has lived and worked on 4 continents. She knows 22 l…
 
This time we're featuring the pilot episode of a brand new podcast from the Learning Hack team, Great Minds on Learning. In this series, Donald Clark, the internationally famous author, blogger and entrepreneur, joins John Helmer to discuss the history of thought and theorising about learning. It’s all here: the inspired, the enduring, the wacked-o…
 
John talks to Toby Harris, Product Marketing Manager at Filtered. Filtered is an innovative company that uses AI to help large organizations deliver relevant learning content to the right people at the right time, using personal recommendations to help build the skills they need. FIltered is rated a 'specialist' in Fosway's 9-grid for learning syst…
 
John talks to Dr. Gregg Collins, Chief Learning Scientist at NIIT. A Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence from Yale University, Dr. Collins played a key role in the seminal research carried out at the Institute for the Learning Sciences (ILS) at Northwestern University in Chicago. He was a co-founder of Cognitive Arts Corporation, which was incorporate…
 
John Talks to Charles Jennings, who is Partner, Strategy and Performance of Tulser / 70:20:10 Institute. Recognised as one of the world's leading experts on building and implementing learning and organisational performance strategies, Charles has led projects for multinational corporations, government agencies, not-for-profits, and other organisati…
 
'People imagine that technology's a recent thing in learning, [but] it's always been there.' From its earliest beginnings in cave paintings to today's AI-driven learning systems with interfaces influenced by consumer technology, Donald Clark tells the colourful story of learning technologies in conversation with John Helmer. Donald has been an impo…
 
John talks to Page Chen, CEO of Remote Learner; a learntech business leader with a strong academic background. How does she characterise the development of learning systems in the first two decades of the 21st Century, a period during which there was a good deal of pushback from 'guru' figures and practitioners alike against the admin-focused model…
 
John talks to Julie Dirksen, a leading expert in instructional design, digital learning and behaviour change. Is it a problem for learning professionals that even when they have supported learners in gaining the knowledge and skills they need to do things right, and to do the right thing, once back in the workplace they so often do the exact opposi…
 
John talks to Harold Jarche, blogger, speaker and consultant in the closely adjacent but oddly separate worlds of learning and knowledge management. People at work need more than skills training and compliance learning. They have to navigate the complex knowledge environment that technology has given us, using concepts and tools that are part of an…
 
Looking back over a year and a half of podcast episodes, John Helmer summarizes the main themes that have emerged from these these fascinating discussions and attempts to draw insights by taking a helicopter view. Where do people agree, and where do they clash? Includes contributions from George Siemens, Nick Shackleton-Jones, Donald Clark, Connie …
 
John talks to Laura Lee-Gibbs, Digital Learning Consultant & Director of Learn Fox. In her 14 years in the industry she has worked both vendor-side and client-side, across a broad range of sectors including legal, healthcare, retail, automotive, hospitality, financial, charities, professional associations, public sector and government agencies. Her…
 
John talks to Andrea Miles, CEO of BestAtDigital, about her plans for the new company she is helming, spun out of Cornerstone, and her journey to get to this point. Andrea’s career spans over 20 years in learning, mostly in leadership roles. Since 2004 she has formed and managed to keep together a core team that has seen nine M&A transactions. What…
 
John talks to Gianni Giacomelli, Chief Innovation Officer at Genpact, and Head of Design Strategy at MIT’s Centre for Collective Intelligence. Pointing to a growing body of research that pictures intelligence as an emerging property of a network, Gianni argues that we should focus on collective, rather than individual intelligence, in structuring a…
 
John talks to Sharon Claffey Kaliouby, VP, North America for Learning Pool, an award-winning professional and co-founder of the #women in learning group with Kate Graham. Sharon has held several high profile executive roles in Learning & Development with the likes of Thomson Reuters and Enterprise Ireland. Prior to Learning Pool, she was a Learning…
 
John Helmer talks to Matthew Confer, VP, Strategy & Business Development at Abilitie, an expert in leadership and decision-making. How do leaders make tough decisions in tight situations? How do they deal with the law of unintended consequences, which can bedevil so many in positions of authority? Matthew, who has run many simulation training event…
 
John Helmer talks to Jane Hart, Founder of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies (C4LPT), whose Top Tools for Learning list, now in its 12th year, rates the popularity of various technology tools under categories of personal learning, workplace learning and education. The list has consistently highlighted the importance of generic tool…
 
As pressure mounts on L&D to get out of its bind on learning analytics and start taking data seriously, John Helmer talks to Dr George Siemens, founder president of the Society for Learning Analytics Research, and the father of connectivist learning theory. In George’s view, conditions have never been more favourable for a more data-driven approach…
 
John Helmer talks to Paul Matthews, Founder and CEO of People Alchemy, about learning transfer, the business of ensuring that what is learned results in real and measurable change in behaviours and performance. Coming from an engineering background, Paul was motivated to focus on this area by the high failure rate he observed in organisational trai…
 
John Helmer talks to Myles Runham, a well respected learning consultant who has held senior leadership roles at the BBC and Ask.com, about the evolving role of L&D. Myles shares some evolving ideas about how the role should be reframed to reflect the changing realities of the digital age, moving from a focus on courses and projects to thinking like…
 
John Helmer talks to David Wilson, Founder and CEO of Fosway, Europe’s #1 HR Industry Analyst. Fosway has recently released first findings of research into how COVID-19 is changing learning, and David sees this as a breakthrough moment for learning tech. But do the changes that the research reveal signal broader shifts in the content and platform m…
 
John Helmer talks to Juliette Denny, Managing Director and Ideologist-in-chief of award-winning learning tech company Growth Engineering. Juliet’s life mission is to eradicate dull online learning, ‘It breaks my heart, she says, ‘that something that should be so fun has all the qualities of a beige sock.’ They discuss the controversies over gamific…
 
John Helmer talks to Donald Clark, EdTech Entrepreneur, CEO, Professor, Researcher, Blogger and Speaker, about his work in AI for learning. Donald was CEO and one of the original founders of Epic Group plc, which established itself as the leading company in the UK online learning market, floated on the Stock Market in 1996 and sold in 2005. He is n…
 
John Helmer talks to Reda Sadki, President of the Geneva Learning Foundation about how he is using digital learning to help health professionals respond to the crisis on an international scale. What lessons can be learned from previous epidemics and pandemics? How will the developing world be affected when Coronavirus gets going in earnest there – …
 
John Helmer talks to Steve Dineen, Chief Storyteller and CEO of Fuse Universal about the passion and sense of purpose that has driven him in making a success of this innovative company. Steve is a second-time-around entrepreneur, having built up and then sold his previous company Fuel in 2007. Fuse had its genesis in an altruistic drive to bring di…
 
John Helmer talks to Dani Johnson, Co-founder and Principal Analyst at Redthread Research, about her work on learning ecosystems. Citing the growth of point solutions as evidence of a change in the learning technologies market away from the 'big suite' solution, she says learning professionals need to intentionalize their ecosystems. 03:19 Intentio…
 
John Helmer talks to Henrietta Palmer, Learning Solutions Manager at a global travel company and joint winner of Gold in the 'most innovative new learning technologies product - UK' category at the Learning Technologies Awards Awards 2019 for the Otto learnbot. They talk about her early career, other pioneering AI work she has done, and the importa…
 
In this episode, the team discusses things to do in bunkers. Including: Picard, Steve Buscemi, Dark Ages, Lego Masters, Lost in Space, The Good Place, Glow, End Times Fun, The Curse of Oak Island, Spencer Confidential, Onward, Uncut Gems, Birds of Prey, Better Call Saul, MST3K Live, The Outsider, Ozark, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and more!…
 
John Helmer talks to Paul McElvaney, CEO of Learning Pool, one of the fastest growing and most innovative companies in the learning technologies market. From its origins as an elearning business for local government organisations, formed around Paul’s kitchen table, Learning Pool has grown to employ more than 200 people on seven sites and is now mo…
 
John Helmer talks to Leonard Houx, Director at the eLearning Network and Senior Instructional Designer at Cass Business School. In an age when people who do his job are more often called learning designers or learning experience designers, how relevant is the history of instructional design to challenges we face today? As someone who knows both hig…
 
John Helmer talks to visitors, exhibitors, speakers and all-comers to get a picture of why people come to this event, what they get out of it, and what it has to tells this year about the state of the market in learning technologies and the progress of thought about learning more generally. 01:57 Ken Ross 06:46 Fiona Leteney 11:22 Carsten Storgaard…
 
John Helmer talks to Stephen Walsh, Co-founder of Anders Pink, the company whose digital curation tool helps individuals and teams to stay smart through continuous learning. Why has digital curation become so significant in learning in recent years? How effective are tools such as Anders Pink in combatting the problem of information overload when t…
 
John Helmer talks to Sophie Costin, Head of Learning Design at VR specialists Make Real, and Tom Hickmore, Creative Director at Nice Media, who create video-based learning solutions and campaigns. What is it like to design learning experiences in emerging technology areas like Virtual Reality and AI-delivered video learning? We explore how learning…
 
As we look forward to a new decade, John Helmer talks to Miles Runham about the trends and buzzwords currently dominating the debate in learning. Together they try to distinguish those which are mainly hype and hot air from those that L&D really needs to focus on this year and beyond. Myles Runham advises organisations responding to the challenges …
 
John Helmer enlists the help of Laura Overton and Miles Runham in summing up the year in learning. Laura Overton was until recently CEO of Towards Maturity, the learning analyst company she founded and led to become a critical resource for people in workplace learning. Laura last year topped the list of learning’s number one movers and shakers. Myl…
 
In this episode, the team celebrates their 200th episode and start questioning why they use the third person in their episode descriptions. Topics include the Trump impeachment, The Mandalorian, Disney+, Jeff Goldblum, Watchmen, Vikings, Knives Out, Silicon Valley, His Dark Materials, Jojo Rabbit, Hamilton, Mailbag, Doctor Sleep, Lords of Chaos, Ha…
 
John Helmer talks to Karen E Watkins, Professor and Associate Department Head, Department of Lifelong Education, Administration, and Policy (Adult Education, Learning and Organization) at the University of Georgia, and Victoria Marsick, Professor of Education/Co-Director J.M. Huber Institute Program Director of Adult Learning, Teachers College, Col…
 
John Helmer talks to Reda Sadki, CEO of the Geneva Learning Foundation, about the work he has done to innovate in the field of global healthcare, and in particular, with the Impact Accelerator Pilot. The pilot has achieved some spectacular results with practitioners in the field of immunisation, identified as one of the top ten threats to global he…
 
John Helmer talks to Caroline Ford, ex Group Head of Learning at Thomas Cook, the 178 year-old holiday company that went spectacularly broke in September 2019. The company’s financial ills had been putting extreme pressure on L&D funds for many years before that, and Caroline describes with passion her struggles to turn around learning within Thoma…
 
In this episode, the team tries to not laugh as they discuss Joker, Ad Astra, Scorsese acting like a little bitch, Playstation 4 and VR, Borderlands 3, E-Bikes, Crazy Lenny, Umberto Eco, Name of the Rose, Foucault’s Pendulum, Ur Fascism, Mussolini and Trump, Kurds and Turkey, David Berman, Green Bay Packers, Ozark, and more!…
 
John Helmer talks to David Perring of learning and talent analysts Fosway Group. David is Director of Research at Fosway, an ebullient and popular figure who held senior learning and development posts at NTL and Virgin Media before becoming an analyst. David on Twitter: @davidperring 01:24 What’s an analyst for? 05:36 Are our platforms burning? 09:…
 
John Helmer talks to Nick Shackleton-Jones about his book ‘How People Learn’. Nick is an award-winning, influential and controversial thought leader who has held senior learning and development posts at Siemens, BBC and BP. He is now Director, Learning & Performance Innovation at PA Consulting Group. You can buy the book at: https://www.amazon.co.u…
 
John talks to Cheryl Clemons (LearnerLab, StoryTagger) and Steve Rayson (Kineo, Buzzsumo, Anders Pink) to get insights about how learning people can use marketing techniques to help engage learners. They also address the thorny question of whether and to what extent it makes sense for learning people to think like marketers. TOPICS 01:25 Should you…
 
John Helmer talks to Sam Watts of Make Real, who create immersive digital products for learning. You'll hear about the current state of Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, etc. and how VR is being used for behaviour change, expanded analytics and helping blind veterans see again. Don't forget to subscribe to the show!…
 
In this very long edition of the podcast we discuss Roky Erickson (July 15, 1947 - May 31, 2019), Sandy Hook deniers in Wisconsin, Judd Legum report on fake corporate LGBT support (T, UPS, Comcast, Home Depot, GE, Fedex, UBS, Verizon, Pfizer), Tavern League vs CBD, UFOs, Stanton Friedman, Venice, Chicago, Apple Mac Pro, Ford GT, VW Microbus, Truckl…
 
In this episode we discuss famed chemist Fritz Haber and his scientific contributions. Also Carl Bosch, Cable vs a la carte services, Notre Dame, Robber Barons, Vaccinations, Saudi Arabia, The Kid Who Would Be King, Barry, The Tick, Black Summer, Mueller Report, Impeachment, Trump Taxes, Democratic Candidates, Car Colors and Commercials, Wikileaks,…
 
In this episode we discuss spring elections, touchy Biden, democrat candidates, Mueller report, windmill cancer, Spam, Jim Jeffries, NZ shooting, Incredibles 2, Harry Potter, Knightfall, Captain Marvel, US, I am Big Bird, Flowers, After Life, Love Death and Robots, Mary Queen of Scots, Sisters Brothers, Hostiles, Stan and Ollie, Downer Lutheran Gum…
 
In this episode we discuss the works of famed propagandist Edward Bernays! We also discuss Michael Cohen, The Orville, The Oscars, Captain Marvel, Shazam, I Am the Night, Kingdom, Umbrella Academy, Lego Movie 2, Alita: Battle Angel and Won't You Be My Neighbor with Godzuki, Boy Erased, Suspiria, Happy Death Day, The Captain, Sisters Brothers, Neal …
 
Weather, Oscars, Razzies, Kidnappings, Love Symbol #2, Prince, Muppets, Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse, Spike Lee, Raw, Sportball, Government shutdown, Gillette Commercial, Lincoln Memorial Kerfuffle, Social media and the meaning of life, Ministry of Loneliness, PTSD, Monty Don, Vikings, The Orville, Bandersnatch, Patriot, The Punisher, Wrap up on…
 
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