About Madelyn Blair, Ph.D.
Madelyn is known for her energy and clarity of message. She is an authority in management and leadership issues, in the use of story and narrative in organizational settings, knowledge management, organizational learning, and in the critical area of overcoming information overload. She draws from over 25 years in management and executive positions, and from her extensive work with clients such as the International Monetary Fund, and Brookings Institute... Learn More
Riding the Current Blog
Category Archives: Radical Learning
Guiding metaphors – a new perspective on perspectives.
When does a boundary offer freedom? (Hint: think children playing in the backyard.)
Learning intelligence and the potential link to the physical. Which muscle do you engage in learning?
Decision making creates energy and commitment even for teenagers.
Social interaction is at the heart of great learning.
Art and learning – so many paths to keeping fresh knowledge flowing.
Science in exploring the urge to solve puzzles validates the 5:1 Principle of Radical Learning.
Radical Learning is four things. It is social, sticky, fuel efficient, and guilt free.