4 Top TED Videos Every e-Learning Professional Needs to Watch
TED Talks - they have something for everyone. Read on to learn more.
Learning has witnessed a drastic shift from traditional methods to e-learning. The demand for e-Learning is on the rise. Hence, e-Learning professionals must stay in tune with a plethora of professional resources. One of the most useful resources that stands out from the rest is, TED Talks – they have something for everyone.
In this blog, I would like to share 4 TED Talks which are worth a watch.
Linda Hill: ‘How to Manage for Collective Creativity’
Linda A. Hill is the Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. In her TED Talk, ‘How to manage for collective creativity’, she redefines innovation as ‘the collective creativity, but not a mere solo genius act’. She also exemplifies it by the work flow at PIXAR movies.
Yves Morieux: ‘As Work Gets More Complex, 6 Rules to Simplify’
Yves Morieux is a senior partner in BCG’s Washington D.C. office and director of the BCG Institute for Organization. He came up with an approach on how overarching changes in structure can improve motivation for all who work there and he calls it ““Smart Simplicity”.
In his Smart Simplicity approach, he explains how problems pertaining to any work involving different teams can be solved.
Ken Robinson: ‘Bring on the Learning Revolution!’
Sir Kenneth Robinson is a British author, speaker and international advisor on education in the arts to government, non-profits, education and arts bodies. In his TED Talk, ‘Bring on the learning revolution!’, he talks on the need for revolution in the educational system. Watch the video for more information.
Ramsey Musallam: ‘3 rules to Spark Learning’
He explains how being curious and asking more complex and deep questions can shape your knowledge.
Well, TED Talks have something for everyone. You just have to find TED Talks that are for you, to making learning more effective. Here are a few more links to awesome TED Talks on learning.