A little sneak preview:

this white paper contains four chapters

1. Creative Thinking:

Did you know that you can apply some useful tips to let your creativity run wild? What you need is the motivation to put in the time, your expertise and our tips in this white paper.

2. Design Thinking:

Life is way too short for trouble, right? Design Thinking offers a solution-focused approach to problem-solving that gives context to your creative thinking.

3. Ideation:

Hard work is more fun when you can do it together. Organise (online) creative sessions with your participants. These sessions produce a creative space where different types of expertise come together. In this chapter, you will start setting up these sessions using an attractive method.

4. Improve your learning journey:

You have found it: the creative brain ‘on switch’. Time to innovate your ideas in your learning journey. In this chapter, we give you tips on how to tackle this by taking stock, organising all ideas, and then rearranging them and strengthening your learning journey.

Get started right away with the printables:

Have you ever thought about the worst possible idea? Or about looking at a case from the negative angle? Did you know that the reverse way of thinking provides ease, relaxation, creativity and self-confidence?

In the printables, you will work with this reversed way, among other things.

Including the printables

Take a look at our other e-books & white papers:

2021 Essentials Guide for Training providers
In this free magazine you will find predictions, strategic advice and interviews with top training providers from the Benelux and the UK.
Become a blended learning chef!
This e-book will help you develop your own blended learning journey using different learning interventions.
What do you know about the learniverse?
This e-book tries to make sense of everything that’s happening around learning innovation, with help from you.
How to design blended learning?
Classroom-based training remains very important but imagine the possibilities with blended version of your training.

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Migrating to a (new) learning platform: Taking the first steps in your successful journey

No matter how you arrived at this article and what you were looking for, migration symbolises new beginnings. I am one to know, having migrated to a brand new country earlier this year. Change is difficult to grapple with at first, but with change comes growth.

What does this have to do with a learning platform? When it comes down to it, migration to a learning platform is, for a large part, a messy and manual process. Based on our experience, there aren’t many shortcuts to getting to where you want to be.

Learning events we attended in 2022

2022 marked the year in which live, face-to-face events came back. Some of the early events were postponed to May and will stay there in 2023 (and beyond?) so keep your eyes peeled. May will likely be the live-event-stuffed month of the year.

But before you start thinking about all the events you can visit again soon, let’s take a look at where we went to last year.

Ger’s Learning Notes #51: ChatGPT

I hope the year 2023 started well for you. It did for me, being re-energized after a two weeks off during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. I didn’t work during those two weeks, but I kept an eye on the social channels that I use most: Twitter and Linkedin. If you totally shut off for the holidays and are now wondering if you missed something: everything was about the new Artificial Intelligence powered chatbot ChatGPT (GPT stands for Generative Pre-trainded Transformer). You might be up to speed with that already and if not, I will tell you more about it in this edition of the Learning Notes.

A glance back at our favourite moments of 2022

The year 2022 was eventful to say the least and we don’t just mean this from aNewSpring’s perspective. But the latter is what we’ll be reflecting on this time around.

Why not start off the year with all of you joining me for a glance back at 2022? The theme of ‘Reflections’ shall span over the next few editions and in this particular post, I’ll be focusing on three initiatives – the annual aNewSpring Awards, the launch of aNewLetter along with 2022’s top read articles and Ger’s Learning Notes turning 50.

I’d like to share some of the insights I’ve learnt and perhaps also give you a glimpse of what’s being worked on in our secret garage.

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